Friday, December 26, 2014

Dec. 29 PA Environment Digest Now Available

Dec. 29 PA Environment Digest Now Available.  Click Here To Print Entire Digest.

117 Stories About Hundreds Of PA Environmental Stewards Honored In 2014
Here are 117 stories from the PA Environment Digest about hundreds of individuals, businesses, farmers, schools, local governments, students of all ages, nonprofit groups and organizations just like you honored for doing great things to protect and restore our environment in every corner of the Commonwealth during 2014.  Will we find YOU on this list in 2015?

DEP Fines Vantage $999,900 For Landslide, Other Problems At Greene County Well Pad
The Department of Environmental Protection Monday announced it has signed a Consent Order and Agreement with Vantage Energy Appalachia, LLC, fining the company $999,900 for more than a dozen violations of environmental regulations stemming from a landslide and illegal waste disposal at their Porter Street well pad in Franklin Township, Greene County, earlier this year.

DEP: $800,000 Settlement Against Tennessee Gas Pipeline For Violations In 4 Counties
The Department of Environmental Protection Monday announced a settlement with Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company, LLC for multiple violations of the Clean Streams Law during the construction of a natural gas pipeline in 2011 and 2012 through four counties in northeast and northcentral Pennsylvania.

DEP Publishes 2015 Schedule Of Advisory Committee, Board Meetings
The Department of Environmental Protection published notice of the 2015 schedule of meetings for advisory committees and boards under its jurisdiction in the December 27 PA Bulletin starting on page 8057.

State Parks Marking New Year With First Day Hikes Across Pennsylvania
Helping visitors ring in 2015 with healthy exercise and a glimpse of nature’s winter beauty, the Bureau of State Parks again will sponsor free, guided hikes in 22 state parks on New Year’s Day as part of America's State Parks First Day Hikes initiative in all 50 states.

PA Environmental Council Launches The PEC Channel, Takes Its Website To Next Level
Davitt Woodwell, President and CEO of the PA Environmental Council, this week announced the launch of the organization’s new website he called The PEC Channel to help fulfill the group’s mission to protect and restore the natural and built environments through innovation, collaboration, education and advocacy through partnerships with the private sector, government, communities and individuals.

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