Say NO to the Mountain Valley Fracked Gas Pipeline in Virginia

Say NO to the Mountain Valley Fracked Gas Pipeline in Virginia

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The Virginia State Water Control Board could soon issue a key permit that will allow the dangerous Mountain Valley Pipeline to continue construction — even though its construction has already harmed clean water sources across western Virginia and racked up hundreds of water quality-related violations.

Mountain Valley Pipeline

The Virginia State Water Control Board could soon issue a key permit that will allow the dangerous Mountain Valley Pipeline to continue construction — even though its construction has already harmed clean water sources across western Virginia and racked up hundreds of water quality-related violations.

The bottom line is that MVP is an artifact of a dirty energy past. It's over budget, behind schedule, terrible for the climate and clean water, and no one needs the dirty fracked gas it will carry.

Submit a public comment to tell the Board saying that you OPPOSE a water permit for this fracked gas pipeline because it’s too harmful to the environment and Virginians.
Submit a public comment to tell the Board that you OPPOSE a water permit for this fracked gas pipeline because it’s too harmful to the environment and Virginians.

YOUR INFORMATION

YOUR MESSAGE

Your message will be sent to:

David K. Paylor, Director of DEQ, Virginia State Water Control Board
Cc: Steve Hardwick, VWP Coordinator

Subject line:

Deny Permit for the Mountain Valley Fracked Gas Pipeline

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