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Latest Press Releases

Legal Challenges Filed Targeting Atlantic Coast Pipeline Approvals

Charlottesville, VA – The Southern Environmental Law Center (SELC) and Appalachian Mountain Advocates, on behalf of a coalition of community and conservation groups, filed a legal challenge to the Virginia State Water Control Board’s approval of a water quality certification for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline.  While the Board’s decision postponed the effectiveness of the certification […]

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Potomac Riverkeeper Issues Rebuttal to Dominion Coal Ash Use Assessment

Rebuttal Highlights Faulty Logic, Misleading Statements, and Incomplete Information in Dominion Report Washington, DC – January 18 – Potomac Riverkeeper Network (PRKN) and Southern Environmental Law Center (SELC) today released their response and rebuttal to the coal ash assessment Dominion Energy provided to the Virginia General Assembly last December; the rebuttal demonstrates a wide variety of […]

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Statement on State Water Control Board Decision to Delay Effectiveness of Certification of Atlantic Coast Pipeline

4-3 Decision Recognizes Risk to Virginia’s Drinking Water Quality, Fish and Wildlife Habitats, and Recreation Washington, DC – December 12 – We are relieved that the decision of Virginia’s State Water Control Board (SWCB) to require additional information about erosion and sediment control and stormwater management before its approval of the Clean Water Act Water […]

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Potomac Riverkeeper Network Urges State Water Control Board to Deny Clean Water Certification of Atlantic Coast Pipeline

Protect Virginia’s Water Quality, Fish and Wildlife Habitats, Drinking Water, and Recreation Washington, DC – December 8 – Potomac Riverkeeper Network (PRKN) calls for Virginia’s State Water Control Board (SWCB) to deny Water Quality Certification for the construction and operation of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP) because of the clear danger posed by the project […]

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New Report Urges Recycling, Not Burying of Coal Ash

Protects Virginia Rivers and Drinking Water from Contamination and Provides Cost-effective product for Highway and Bridge Construction Washington, DC – November 30 – An independent report issued today by Potomac Riverkeeper Network and Southern Environmental Law Center finds that recycling coal ash left at Possum Point and three other Dominion Energy coal power plant sites is […]

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