ABRA’s Compliance Surveillance Initiative (CSI) is demonstrating its worth, despite the limited construction that has occurred for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline. Based upon aerial surveillance flights over the project’s route in West Virginia (conducted in November and December by the Pipeline Air Force,
- – Think Progress – 8/24/18
The number of persons who have signed up to participate as citizen observers and reporters of incidents of pipeline violations continues to grow. But, more volunteers are needed. To sign up, click here.
ABRA is also assembling teams of incident investigators who can assist ABRA staff in checking out incidents of possible pipeline violations that are reported by volunteers into the Pipeline Compliance Surveillance Initiative.
- – E&E News: EnergyWire – 5/15/18
Nearly 100 persons have signed on to become volunteers in ABRA’s Pipeline Compliance Surveillance Initiative (CSI). However, more people are needed. Find out how you can participate and sign-up by visiting the CSI website. Do it today!
Several training sessions for volunteers to monitor water quality impacts for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline and the Mountain Valley Pipeline have been announced.
- April 26, 7:00 PM. Blacksburg Presbyterian Church, 701 Church Street SE,
ABRA’s Pipeline Compliance Surveillance Initiative (CSI) is well underway, with volunteers signing up to participate in the massive citizen monitoring effort that will be necessary to assure that construction activity associated with the Atlantic Coast Pipeline is fully in compliance with conditions of the authorizing permits and in not in violation of state or federal environmental laws and regulations.
ABRA’s Pipeline Compliance Surveillance Initiative (CSI) is now in fully functioning. The reporting system for observed incidents is operational and reports are being made. A reminder that to report an incident, one can phone or email. If the latter, attached photographs are appreciated.
- – The Recorder – 4/4/18
Recruitment of participating volunteers in ABRA’s Pipeline Compliance Surveillance Initiative (CSI) is underway. In order for the program to monitor construction activity for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline to be fully effective, volunteers are needed. To sign-up, click here.