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wellleakEDWIN is the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) Oil & Gas Well 24/7 online Database.
Citizens desiring 24/7 remote access to DCNR's online oil and gas well database may subscribe to EDWIN.
The initial subscription fee is $5,000, which covers the software license and initial training on use of the system. An annual maintenance fee of $500 covers technical support and troubleshooting, geologic consultations, and software upgrades and maintenance during the subscription year.

Pennsylvania taxpayers desiring 24/7 access to DCNR's online O&G well database are required to pay $5500.00.  https://edwin.dcnr.pa.gov/

Oil and gas well records should be available to all Pennsylvania's citizens, not just a select few citizens with the ability to pay DCNR's exorbitant charges.

Please sign the petition to demand DCNR stop charging citizens $5,500.00 to access the EDWIN database here.

 

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The EPA Extended the Deadline to Submit Comments for the Proposed Clara Twp Injection Well

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An additional 32 days extension will be granted to allow for sufficient time for the public to comment on the proposed permit. 

EPA will extend the public comment period for Roulette Oil & Gas UIC well (PAS2D050BPOT) for an additional 32-days until April 5, 2021. This information will be updated on the website and information will be available online till this date for review.

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Save The Allegheny is a regional environmental and citizen advocacy organization that formed in response to recent threats posed to the Allegheny River, clean drinking water, air quality, endangered species, wildlife and all of our natural resources.   This is a cause to restore our rights.

Article I, Section 27 of the Pennsylvania Constitution states...

"The people have a right to clean air, pure water, and to the preservation of the natural, scenic, historic and esthetic values of the environment. Pennsylvania’s public natural resources are the common property of all the people, including generations yet to come. As trustee of these resources, the Commonwealth shall conserve and maintain them for the benefit of all the people."

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