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A Conversation with John Detwiler

Vox: John, unlike most environmental activists you have a strong background in industry and business. You received a PhD in engineering from Carnegie Mellon University, and you worked in the steel industry for many years. 1,904 more words

Social Justice

DEP: Additional Chemicals "Associated with Drilling" Found in Contaminated Soil at Range Resources Impoundment

A Department on Environmental Protection spokesman on Thursday confirmed that “other chemicals associated with drilling” have been found in the contaminated soil being hauled from the Jon Day impoundment in Amwell Township, Washington County – … 59 more words

DEP Issues Notices of Violation to Range Resources Over Washington County Methane Leak

The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection on Thursday issued notices of violation to Southpointe-based Marcellus Shale drilling company Range Resources over a methane leak last month at a gas well in Washington County… 145 more words

Why Did Two Top Range Resources Executives Dump More Than Half Their Company Stock?

Two of Range Resources’ top executives have sold more than half of the stock they owned in the corporation earlier this month, the Mideast Times has reported. 135 more words

DEP: Wastewater Contamination Worse Than First Thought In Amwell Twp.

AMWELL TOWNSHIP (KDKA) — A clean-up is underway at the now-dry wastewater impoundment in Amwell Township, Washington County.

The site is where brine from Marcellus Shale drilling has seeped into the soil, causing concern for folks who live nearby like Dave and Cathy Shanks. 355 more words

News

15,000 Tons of Contaminated Soil Likely to be Hauled from Range Resources Frack Pit, Groundwater Likely Effected

(This photo of the John Day impoundment was taken in May by Robert Donnan, who graciously allowed me to use it.)

The amount of contaminated soil that will need to be removed from a Washington County centralized impoundment operated by Range Resources will be “even more” than the state Department of Environmental Protection had previously estimated, a spokesman confirmed Monday. 258 more words