DEP Testimony By Seneca Nation About Fracking Waste Treatment Facility

Public Herald, January 18, 2018, By Joshua Pribanic

Two members of the Seneca Nation of Indians testified at Tuesday's [January 16] hearing regarding the fracking wastewater treatment facility proposed for Coudersport, PA slated to discharge treated waste water into the Allegheny (Ohi:yo') River. The Allegheny Indian Reservation of the Seneca Nation is located downstream, along the Allegheny River from the Pennsylvania border upriver to Vandalia, New York in Cattaraugus County. This reservation also includes the City of Salamanca. (Ohi:yo' means "Good River.")

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