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Milton-based firm charged in drilling waste disposal case

June 8, 2014

HARRISBURG (AP) — A northcentral Pennsylvania waste cleanup firm and its owner improperly disposed of toxic natural gas drilling waste, the state attorney general’s office said in charges filed......

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Jun-08-14 2:09 PM

Hi Scott, I hope life is treating you good. Regulations need to be fixed at the State level also and then of course they would need to be enforced.

Did you know that oil and gas wells are one of the most under-regulated sources of toxic air pollution in the U.S.?

But hey who cares look at all of the jobs and money they are bringing into states, who are we to ask for clean water and clean air, we are nobody. MONEY TALKS!!

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Jun-08-14 12:01 PM

As they say where I come from "Spill Baby Spill". ROTFL!!-BornHere

We don't need these Gov. agencies like the EPA, now do we. These industries will "self regulate". Agreed, BornHere-ROTFL!!! Have a Great Day!!-Scott

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Jun-08-14 10:42 AM

Interesting no comments I wonder why???

Corbett: Don't 'rush' to judge Minuteman. June 6, 2013 SunGazette

Corbett touted Minuteman as being a "American success story" while they were storing waste water that leaked into nearby waterways and onto the ground, but then again Minuteman did make campaign contributions to Corbett, unfortunately they were caught breaking the law.

As they say where I come from "Spill Baby Spill". ROTFL!!

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