Environmental protection agency to discuss Delaware River water quality

    The Environmental Protection Agency will hold a forum today to discuss water quality of the Delaware River. Ya know, since we’re toxic and all. Philadelphia is one of five cities hosting the meetings.

     

    Natural gas drilling has raised concerns about water quality, especially among environmentalists who see the potential harm to waterways.

    The Associated Press reports EPA Regional Director Shawn Garvin will be at today’s forum to talk about the Delaware.

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