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DEP Invites Comments On Water Quality Certification For Proposed UGI Liquefied Natural Gas Truck Loading Facility In Berks County
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The Department of Environmental Protection published notice in the December 22 PA Bulletin inviting public comments on a Section 401 Water Quality Certification for a proposed UGI liquefied natural gas truck loading facility at 5665 Leesport Avenue, Reading, Ontelaunee Township, Berks County.

Approximately 9.5 acres of earth disturbance is proposed within the property footprint of the existing Temple Truck Rack site, with approximately 5.6 acres of permanent use areas proposed.

DEP is accepting comments on the proposed certification for 30 days.  Click Here to read the complete PA Bulletin notice for all the details starting on page 7830.

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[Posted: Dec. 21, 2018]


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