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EPA, State, & Other Marcellus Shale Documents

Introduction

Toxics Targeting, Inc. is pleased to make publicly available U. S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) documents as well as state government data related to an Autumn 2008 incident when 850,000 residents near Pittsburgh, PA could not drink water drawn from the Monongahela River due to high levels of Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) reportedly associated with inadequately treated discharges of natural gas drilling wastewater.

Cuomo Executive Order: Continuation and Expiration of Prior Executive Orders

http://www.governor.ny.gov/executiveorder/2

No. 2 REVIEW, CONTINUATION AND EXPIRATION OF PRIOR EXECUTIVE ORDERS

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E. Executive Orders of Governor David A. Paterson

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Executive Order No. 41, issued December 13, 2010 (Requiring Further Environmental Review of High-Volume Hydraulic Fracturing in the Marcellus Shale);

EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 41: REQUIRING FURTHER ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW

WHEREAS, the 2009 New York State Energy Plan supports the development of in-State energy resources, including natural gas, to achieve the Plan's multiple public policy objectives; and

DEC Memo Regarding Cuts


Click the attachment link below to download and read the document.

Queens Gazette Piece & Note from Assemblymember Catherine Nolan

Attached is a photo of Catherine Nolan and Walter Hang appearing at an informational meeting on hydrofracking that ran in the October 6, 2010 edition of the Queens Gazette newspaper.

Also attached is a much appreciated thank you note from Assemblymember Nolan.

Map: Major Drinking Water Supply Watersheds and Aquifers




New York Gubernatorial Candidate Andrew Cuomo: The Marcellus Shale could contribute to New York's natural gas supply, but development needs to be highly sensitive to environmental concerns.

http://www.andrewcuomo.com/PowerNY

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