Pa. Fracking Wastewater Settlement Cuts Discharge Levels

Law360, New York (August 8, 2013, 8:42 PM EDT) -- An environmental group Wednesday withdrew its challenge of an operating permit for a treatment facility that handles wastewater from hydraulic fracturing, reaching a settlement with the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection that restricts discharges from the plant.

The state's environmental regulator issued a new consent order and agreement that prohibits Shallenberger Construction Co. unit Appalachian Water Services LLC  from releasing any polluted fluids until it acquires an amended water quality action permit, spurring the group Clean Water Action to drop its protest in front of the...
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