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EPA Comments Due on a Class II-D draft Underground Injection Well Permit located in Clara Twp., Potter County,PA
Thursday, March 04, 2021
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The EPA is currently soliciting comments on a Class II-D draft Underground Injection Well Permit located in Clara Twp., Potter County,Pennsylvania.

Send your concerns to the EPA by March 4, 2021.


Let the EPA know if you are concerned about:

  • The possibility of surface spills and runoff into nearby streams and rivers.
  • The potential for diminished property values.
  • Compensation for diminished property values.
  • The integrity of the well casing and it’s potential for failure.
  • The potential for increased truck traffic.
  • The inability of state regulators to provide adequate oversight
  • About the damage to the local roads.
  • The Increased noise.
  • The origin of the waste to be injected.
  • The proximity to high value streams.
  • The local emergency response capabilities.
  • Alternative waste disposal options.
  • The low bond required by the operator that incentivizes abandonment over reclamation.
  • The operator’s history of compliance with DEP’s waste& production reporting requirements.

Please email public comments on the draft UIC permit to the attention of: Kevin Rowsey, Source Water & UIC Section, U.S. EPA Region 3

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Subject line: PAS2D050BPOT

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