A volunteer monitor documents MVP erosion control deficiencies resulting in a DEP Violation in Braxton County.
Through March 13, you can make your voice heard on Mountain Valley Pipeline's recent water quality violations.
The Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP), a 303-mile project cutting through Wetzel, Harrison, Doddridge, Lewis, Braxton, Webster, Nicholas, Greenbrier, Summers, and Monroe Counties, was recently fined approximately $303,000 by WVDEP. The proposed for the is now open for public comment.
The MVP’s fine accounts for 29 of the violations WVDEP issued the company since February of 2019. The WVDEP
, tell them to hold MVP accountable for their water quality violations. Request the penalty be increased to account for the severity of impacts and MVP’s repeated negligence and disregard of environmental laws.
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