by– Harriet Babs
The Pilgrim Pipeline has filed a use and occupancy permit in New York to construct a dangerous pipeline from Linden, New Jersey to Albany.
The pipeline, which would stretch 178 mi, would transpire 200,000 barrels of flammable and toxic Bakken crude each day. The effects are projected to be extremely damaging to water sources and the environment, as well as extremely dangerous to first responders.
Despite the initial decline from all 28 of the 28 affected towns in New Jersey, Pilgrim Pipeline still intends to go forward with permits and appeals to construct the pipeline.
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