Fight the Proposed Northeast Supply Enhancement Project By June 22

June 12th, 2018

We need your help to fight another environmentally damaging proposal!

Project Overview Map from DEIS
NESE Overview Map from DEIS

Last year, Williams Transco proposed a pipeline project to transport large volumes of natural gas from Pennsylvania, through New Jersey and to New York. The project would require building a compressor station near the Trap Rock Quarry in Franklin Township and would involve cutting down forests, crossing three streams and impacting wetlands. Additionally, this project would construct a new pipeline under the Raritan Bay.

Transco submitted applications for permits to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, but failed to include all of the information that is necessary for the agency to rule on the application.

map of proposed compressor station
Proposed compressor station

The deadline for New Jersey to act on the application is rapidly approaching. If NJDEP does not deny the application and direct Transco to resubmit it with complete and necessary information, DEP will have forfeited its right to review the project.

Please contact NJDEP and urge the agency to act now to reject Transco’s application for this environmentally damaging fossil fuel project.

Fight the Proposed Northeast Supply Enhancement Project

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