Stop the Transco Gas Compressor Station - Informational Meeting

Williams Transco is proposing to build a 32,000 Horsepower compressor station (gas engine) that could affect the air of South Brunswick, Franklin, and Princeton area residents.

Learn about the dangers posed to the health and safety of residents, visitors, wildlife and the environment from emitted toxic gas, noise, potential fires, and explosions. Find out how you can get involved to protect your home & community.

There are many opportunities right now to show why you're against this dangerous project in our backyard, and in anyone's backyard.

Thu, September 14
6:30 pm — 8:30 pm
Add to My Calendar 09/14/2017 6:30pm 09/14/2017 8:30pm America/New_York Stop the Transco Gas Compressor Station - Informational Meeting

Williams Transco is proposing to build a 32,000 Horsepower compressor station (gas engine) that could affect the air of South Brunswick, Franklin, and Princeton area residents.

Learn about the dangers posed to the health and safety of residents, visitors, wildlife and the environment from emitted toxic gas, noise, potential fires, and explosions. Find out how you can get involved to protect ...

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