Letters to the Editor

August 2, 2018

Series Issue 6:  Williams-Transco’s NESE and Compressor Station 206:  Who Will Protect Us? The costs of continuing to build natural gas facilities and pipelines will be borne by all of us and future generations who will contend with health issues, impacts from severe weather events, potential ...

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Health & safety of people, wildlife, vegetation, trees, air, & water - now and for decades to come - is at risk from the proposed Northeast Supply Enhancement (NESE) Project’s pipeline In Raritan Bay and Compressor Station 206 in Franklin Township. Series Issue 4:  Construction threatens ...

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Series Issue 3:  Sea level rise and extreme weather events are linked to increases in greenhouse gases.  Read below about associated costs to health & property. We have been experiencing a rapid escalation of climate extremes like rains of historic proportions, floods,  wildfires and ...

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Series Issue 2:  Compressor Stations release toxic chemicals into the air.  These are known to impact health. Compressor Station 206 is proposed to be a 32,000-horsepower gas-fired unit that will emit formaldehyde, benzene, ammonia, and other toxic chemicals.  Williams/Transco decided that they ...

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Dear TAPInto New Brunswick: Health & safety of people, wildlife, vegetation, trees, air, & water - now and for decades to come - is at risk. If NESE’s Compressor Station 206 and pipeline in & by the Raritan Bay are constructed, we and future generations will be subjected to risks ...

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