Friday, February 21, 2020

DEP Invites Comments On Adelphia Gateway Natural Gas Pipeline Project Erosion & Sedimentation Permit

The Department of Environmental Protection published notice in the February 22 PA Bulletin inviting comments on the Chapter 102 Erosion and Sedimentation Control permit applications for the Adelphia Gateway Natural Gas Pipeline Project route through Bucks, Chester, Delaware and Montgomery counties (PA Bulletin page 1171)
The Adelphia Gateway Pipeline is an 84-mile pipeline that runs from Martins Creek to Marcus Hook. 
Facility upgrades will occur to thirteen (13) sites along the pipeline: Quakertown Compressor Station, East Perkiomen Blowdown, Skippack Pike Meter Station, Perkiomen Creek Blowdown, Schuylkill River Blowdown, Cromby Blowdown, French Creek Blowdown, Mainline Valve 2, Paoli Pike Blowdown, Chester Creek Blowdown, Mainline Valve 1, Transco Meter Station, and Marcus Hook Compressor Station.
Read the entire PA Bulletin notice for all the details on submitting comments. (PA Bulletin page 1171)
For more information on actions related to the Adelphia Pipeline Project, visit DEP’s Adelphia Pipeline webpage.
[Posted: February 21, 2020]  PA Environment Digest

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