January 30, 2023

Food And Water Water Opposes Expansion Of Iroquois Gas Pipeline

The “Iroquois” Pipeline Company wants to drastically increase the amount of gas they push through their existing 37 year old “Iroquois” pipeline, which runs from Northern New York (including the Capital District) to Long Island and NYC. In order to push more gas through the aging pipeline, they are applying to build 4 polluting and noisy compressor stations along the route of the pipeline – in Athens and Dover NY, and Brookfield and Milford CT. NYS DEC is holding a hearing on Tuesday Jan. 31. Laura Shindell of Food and Water Watch talks with Mark Dunlea of the Hudson Mohawk Magazine.

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