Shale Waste Disposal Workshop: Community Concerns on Injection Wells

Filed in News by on September 2, 2016

What happens to the millions of gallons of liquid waste generated by hydraulic fracturing? What are the environmental, public health, & social concerns associated with injection wells that are used for disposal? Come hear the experts and join the conversation!

Thursday, September 29 • 5:30pm ‐ 7:45pm
Westminster College • McKelvey Campus Center
(MCC 334)
New Wilmington, PA 16172
Free and open to the public • Reservations appreciated

Reservations & information: or (724)946‐62935

Program Includes:
• Jay Parrish, former PA state geologist
• Ted Auch, FracTracker Ohio
• Chad Nicholson, Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund
• Stacy Wanchisn Long, Grant Township Supervisor
• Marcellus Shale Documentary Project
• Lawrence and Mercer ALLARM
• And others!

Educators: Act 48hours available!

5:00pm doors open
5:30pm networking dinner
6:00pm panelist presentations
7:00pm community action discussion

Organized by Lawrence and Mercer ALLARM at Westminster College and the League of Women Voters of PA
With financial support from the Colcom Foundation