Pennsylvania’s Department of Environmental Protection entered an Administrative Order today temporarily suspending construction permits for Sunoco’s Mariner East II pipeline that transverses the Commonwealth. The Order is a victory for environmental groups, which have alleged that Sunoco has engaged in unlawful drilling and unpermitted discharges, damaging water supplies in the process. The effect of the Administrative Order, however, is only to suspend construction until Sunoco either complies or successfully challenges it on appeal to the Commonwealth’s Environmental Hearing Board. Source: PA DEP Press Release
Bill Rettew, DEP Accuses Sunoco of Unauthorized Drilling, Delaware County Times, Jan. 2, 2018
Michael Rubinkam, State Shuts Down Construction on Sunoco Gas Pipeline, Lebanon Daily News, Jan. 3, 2018
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