Modifications to the West Virginia regulations covering stream crossings for pipelines and similar projects have been proposed by the state’s Department of Environmental Protection. The modifications address the issue of the state’s existing requirement governing the timeframe within which stream crossing must be completed within 72 hours.
- – The Roanoke Times – 1/16/19
September 17 is the deadline for public input on proposed changes on the conditions under which stream crossings can be accomplished in West Virginia by the Atlantic Coast Pipeline and Mountain Valley Pipeline. Currently, projects like the two pipelines would be required to complete stream crossings within 72 hours,
A five-week comment period on a draft permit for air emissions from the proposed ACP compressor station in Buckingham has been announced. The comment period opened August 8 and will close on September 11. Further details, including a link to the draft permit,
- – Blue Virginia – 7/22/18
- – Recorder – 6-28-18
The request of the Virginia State Water Control Board for input from the public on the sufficiency of the U.S. Army Corps NWP 12 permit program for stream crossings of the Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) and the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP) produced an outpouring of comments.
- – Blue Virginia – 6/15/18
- – The Roanoke Times – 6/15/18