Wastewater permit sparks legal debate
EPA, industry say new Cook Inlet general permit meets strict clean water requirements; operators voluntarily moving to zero discharge
On June 15 an environmental group, two fishing associations and two Native village corporations filed an administrative appeal to block renewal of a federal wastewater discharge permit for oil and gas operators in Alaska’s Cook Inlet. The new permit covers 16 offshore and three onshore production fa....
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EPA: Permit in full compliance
More water, but no more toxicity
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