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Oil, gas companies must report any hazardous materials

October 5, 2013

People who live near Washington County’s oil and gas drilling operations might be alarmed with what they might find on site. As of Sept....

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KalEl2013

Feb-06-14 4:27 PM

And we trust them to report hazardous wastes produced by their companies BECAUSE? I do not believe they will report anything that may lead to any type of investigation of their practices! There is Big Money and Big Politics involved in these new oil and gas companies. I truly trust NO ONE where money and politics are involved! I have a fraction of experience in trying to fight waste facilities way back in the 1990's in Coolville, OH. I trust absolutely no one except those who oppose these dangerous facilities being built in our neighborhoods. Do we want yet another "Love Canal" in Southeastern Ohio?! I think NOT!

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StoneCold

Oct-06-13 2:23 PM

The reporting is only as reliable as those required to report it. I doubt if all will follow the rules. You know just like the NRA always says that criminal don't follow laws.

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JoshBrown

Oct-05-13 12:39 PM

Good news, but it makes you think about what the oil drillers are exposed to each and every day.I know they make good money but I really doubt it's worth the health risks.The cancer might not show for years and at that point its all over.

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NasCarNut

Oct-05-13 8:42 AM

I find nothing wrong with this...

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