Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Residents moving forward with baseline water testing Corry, PA

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"A group of community members, led by two nonprofit environmental groups, are taking steps to protect their private water wells.
With a proposed wastewater injection operation expected to take place in Columbus Township and the likelihood the area will undergo drilling for Utica Shale gas, people here are exploring their options in keeping their drinking water safe.
"I credit you for being proactive," said Brian Oram of B.F. Environmental Consultants, who is a licensed geologist and soil scientist. "You all have to work as a community."
Oram, who has 20 years of experience in applied earth and environmental sciences, gave a three-hour presentation Saturday at the First United Methodist Church of Corry on the importance of baseline private water well testing.
About 40 residents attended the discussion that was sponsored by The Brokenstraw Watershed Council and the Caldwell Creek Chapter of Trout Unlimited.
See Monday, November 5, 2012 issue of The Journal for complete story"


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