Friday, May 2, 2014

Ohio Residents Appeal Location of Radioactive Fracking Waste Processor In Youngstown

UPDATE, May 29:

FFM RECEIVES NEW DOCUMENTS, MORE QUESTIONS AND CONCERNS Read More Here...


UPDATE, June 4:  
YOUNGSTOWN CITIZENS PROTECT THEMSELVES FROM
RADIOACTIVE FRACKING WASTE
 Wednesday June 4, 2014

26 S. Phelps St. City Hall, Council Chambers
Youngstown, Ohio 44503
5:30 PM
(EVENT HERE)
Citizens Voice Concerns about RADIOACTIVE frack waste processing facility within the city of YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO Read more below:
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Please see PDFs of important documents concerning the Youngstown waste handling plant.

 
Austin Master Services, LLC withholds details on radioactive fracking waste processing method claiming it is a Trade Secret:

Company Claims Radioactive Treatment Process Is A Trade Secret PDF
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Please see the following 4 articles: 3 are from The Business Journal (Youngstown ), and 1 is from Free Press (Columbus), an article by Dr. Ray Beiersdorfer, geologist.

"Activists Raise Concerns about Handling of Radioactive Waste"

http://businessjournaldaily.com/drilling-down/activists-raise-concerns-about-handling-radioactive-waste-2014-4-24 

Thursday, April 24, 2014 - The Business Journal - By Dan O'Brien
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- Residents here have lodged an appeal with the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, asking that the agency revoke a permit they say would allow a local operation to process radioactive waste.   [ ... ] Read more...

"Company Gets Permit to Handle Radioactive Waste"

http://businessjournaldaily.com/drilling-down/company-gets-permit-handle-radioactive-waste-2014-4-21

Monday, April 21, 2014  - The Business Journal - By Dan O'Brien
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- Activists in Ohio are concerned that a local company may soon be handling waste from the oil and gas industry that they say is just too hot to handle. [ ... ] Read more...


"ODNR’s Press Release Raises More Questions Than it Answers"

"Radioactive Shale Waste Hotter to Handle than Realized"

June 19, 2014 The Business Journal - by Ray Beiersdorfer,  professor in the Geological and Environmental Sciences Department at Youngstown State University.
http://businessjournaldaily.com/drilling-down/guest-commentary-radioactive-shale-waste-hotter-handle-realized-2014-6-19 
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- In April, residents of Brier Hill joined Frack Free Mahoning Valley to appeal an order issued by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources that authorized Industrial Waste Control/Ground Tech Inc. to operate a plant at 240 Sinter Court in Youngstown.
The plant on Sinter Court will receive potentially radioactive brine, drill-cuttings, drilling mud and tank-bottom sludge from fracking operations that released shale gas.
Sinter Court lies along the Mahoning River, three-fourths of a mile due west of St. Elizabeth Medical Center. [...] Read more...


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2 comments:

  1. Youngstown seems like a hotbed of anti-fracking activity. We have mapped several issues in the area. Search our map for issues. http://www.drillingmaps.com/ohio.html

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  2. people just didn't want to get out and vote because they don't think it has any implications for them.. maybe this will be the wake up call they need when the radioactive waste starts pouring in the drinking water... fukushima coming right to your back door.. thanks again for voting for the youngstown community bill of rights

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