Cook Inletkeeper wants DEC hearing
The environmental advocacy organization objects to state certification of discharges from Cook Inlet oil and gas production
In an ongoing challenge to the permitting of discharges into Cook Inlet from oil and gas facilities, Cook Inletkeeper has asked the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation to hold a public hearing to adjudicate the advocacy organizationís claim that DEC certification of the discharges violat....
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General permit appealed
Started in the 1960s
Federal guidelines met
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