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Man Accused of Ordering Frack Waste Dumped in Storm Drains

February 15, 2013

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (AP) — A northeast Ohio man charged with violating the federal Clean Water Act is suspected of having an employee repeatedly dump gas-drilling wastewater into a storm sewer, federal......

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Feb-15-13 7:50 AM

they'll dump this "unknown"trash wherever they can get away with it.they don't care because they won't be here for long.they should have been fined for dumping into the ohio river at the wellsburg water treatment plant.

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Feb-15-13 4:09 PM

Give him the max and fine him the max. Unfortunately in Liberal America with Liberal Judges no time in jail and pocket change for a fine.

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Feb-17-13 7:27 PM

Why is this not surprising???

They will get away with whatever they can...

And--we don't need regulation?

Or enforcement of regulations???

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Feb-18-13 7:34 AM

I've noticed that none of the "right-winged conservatives" are posting on this article, so let me be one of the first. Citizens of the surrounding area (other than new-born infants) should volunteer to drink a gallon of wastewater each day. The human body is one of the best purifying systems known to exist. The company could provide free bottled water at specific locations as well as supply it to the local schools. That would keep the wastewater from reaching the Ohio River where it might harm fish and other aquatic life.

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