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Conference Held to Envision a Better Future for the Ohio River Valley

A Better Vision for the Valley, was an inspirational conference attended by many residents from the Ohio Valley, as well as representatives from numerous environmental groups. It took place on May 11, 2019 at Wheeling Jesuit College. Impactful speakers shared their knowledge about the environmental and public health crisis we are facing due to the oil and gas and petrochemical development in Appalachia.

We Won Water Protections for the Mahoning River

We Won Water Protections for the Mahoning River

via Vindy.com Settlement with Patriot Water might be end of gas and oil wastewater treatment in city By Ed Runyan | December 17, 2018 at 12:05a.m. runyan@vindy.com Water plant remains open as suit lingers WARREN Though a lawsuit filed by an environmental group against the company Patriot Water is still pending, the recent settlement by Warren would suggest...

Freshwater Accountability Project Strongly Advocates for Ohio River Protection

Freshwater Accountability Project Strongly Advocates for Ohio River Protection

The Ohio River is already the most polluted inland waterway in the United States. If the Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Commission (ORSANCO) is allowed to abdicate its responsibilities to provide water quality protections – public health, recreation, tourism, and the region’s long-term economic viability will be put at risk. It is of vital...

Ohio Valley PetroHub, Patriot Lawsuit, ORSANCO, and more

Ohio Valley PetroHub, Patriot Lawsuit, ORSANCO, and more

News of note for Members & Friends   Informing Local Residents About the Ohio Valley PetroHub FWAP holds meetings with local communities to alert those who will be most directly impacted about the downsides the industry does not want them to know. In the past few weeks, FWAP has been knocking on doors, phone banking, doing direct mailings, and holding...

FreshWater Accountability Project Rejects Toxic Brine Spreading

FreshWater Accountability Project Rejects Toxic Brine Spreading

Ohio groups and concerned citizens are calling for Ohio Governor John Kasich to use his executive power to stop the use of radioactive product on Ohio roads and in our communities. Columbus, Ohio, July 2, 2018 – Groups and citizens sent Ohio Governor John Kasich a letter on June 28, 2018 calling for him to use his executive power to stop the use of a...