Newspaper in a Florida city twice the size of Albany, GA
links Greenlaw’s Albany compressor station objections
to a compressor station in Dunnellon, FL, plus Sabal Trail’s response
and Greenlaw’s response to that.
Bill Thompson wrote for Daily Commercial 24 July 2014,
Air-quality questions raised about Sabal Trail gas pipeline,
A compression station also is planned near Dunnellon as part of the
interstate Florida line.
Three other stations are planned in Florida, but none in Lake or
Yes, but there’s one aimed at Suwannee County, FL, for example. Continue reading Greenlaw air quality objections in Gainesville, FL newspaper
Via Greenlaw, comments on GA-EPD air permit application #22637.
Sinkholes, CO2, NOX, VOCs, potential damage to people,
animals, longleaf pine trees, air, and water.
The best part: Nonami recommends if the compressor station
should be built, it should be powered by solar panels.
If others want to file comments, the application number and the address are in here. -jsq
Continue reading Ted Turner’s Nonami objects to GA EPD about Sabal Trail compressor station
Received today. Note this says Georgia EPD does have authority
over an air permit for the Albany compressor station. State agencies do have
direct as well as indirect roles. -jsq
For Immediate Release
July 14, 2014
Sabal Trail Natural Gas Pipeline Threatens Air Quality in Southwest Georgia
GreenLaw files comments objecting to proposed natural gas pipeline
Atlanta, GA — Last week, additional concerns were raised about a proposed
natural gas pipeline that threatens to cut across large swaths of
Southwest Georgia, including longleaf pine tracts. GreenLaw, on
a number of
conservation groups, filed comments with the
Georgia Environmental Protection Division (GA EPD) that raised
objections about air quality along the pipeline, including a
proposed compressor station outside Albany, Georgia. Continue reading Greenlaw files Air Quality objections to Sabal Trail fracked methane pipeline