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Citizens to Protect the Ambridge Reservoir (CPAR) works to protect this pristine source of drinking water and prevent the construction of the Falcon Pipeline and other oil and gas operations related to the Shell petrochemical facility through the watershed.

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CURRENT AMBRIDGE CAMPAIGNS

Shell Falcon Pipeline: Protect the Ambridge Reservoir & Communities

The residents of Beaver County and Allegheny County (BCMAC and CPAR) have aligned with Fractracker Alliance to educate residents on the explosive risks posed by the proximity of the Shell Falcon Pipeline to a major source of drinking water for 35,000 residents as well as residential homes and recreational and wildlife areas.The DEP has issued three letters to Shell Pipeline on 101 deficiencies including concerns about the location of the pipeline near the reservoir as well as to marshland and conservation areas. Stay tuned. For more information, contact Terrie Baumgartner at BCMAC, Terrie Baumgardner <[email protected]>.

CAC's Southwest Pennsylvania Neighbors for Clean Air

The goal of the Southwest PA Neighbors for Clean Air initiative is to create 100 neighborhood groups of 10 members throughout the region so that residents can learn about and take action on the most pressing environmental issues in Southwest Pennsylvania. In the nine months since the first leader training session, CAC has trained over 80 group leaders, and 20 groups now meet regularly. Contact Dave Smith ([email protected]) to join a group or find out more information.

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BREAKING NEWS

Shell gets approval of Ambridge Water Authority for ethane pipeline

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
By Anya Litvak
Jan, 17, 2019

Ambridge Water Authority ‘evaluating its options’ after Shell Pipeline permit approval

Beaver County Times
By Jared Stonesifer
Dec, 21, 2018

CLEAN AIR  — HEALTHY PEOPLE