Pittsburgh Post-Gazette – At Alleghany River’s headwaters, treatment plant for fracking wastewater stirs debate

March 18, 2018 – “The Allegheny River begins its 325-mile meander to Pittsburgh’s Point in rural Potter County, flowing through town as a still, small stream — no wider than a country lane and rarely deeper than a fisherman’s chest waders. ….

And, in 1974, Seneca land was inundated by radioactive waste that washed out of a commercial disposal site near West Valley, N.Y….” Link to article

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