GreenHunter Fights Back Against Claims About Their Plans

From The Intelligencer/Wheeling News-Register:
WHEELING - Councilwoman Gloria Delbrugge, Wheeling Jesuit University biology professor Ben Stout and city resident Tom Triveri are among those strongly opposed to GreenHunter Water's plan to recycle natural gas drilling wastewater in Warwood - but company officials contend the water they want to ship via barge poses less of a threat than other potentially hazardous materials transported on the river every day.
Representatives of the Texas-based company met with Wheeling officials Tuesday morning to discuss the company's plan, which they expect will create 15 temporary construction jobs and 12 permanent jobs. Earlier this month, the company announced its acquisition of the former Seidler's Oil Service property on North 28th Street for $750,000, as well as plans for $1.7 million in new construction at the plant, which the company wants to be operational by fall.
City Manager Robert Herron described Tuesday's discussion as informal and "a good exchange of information," but said it's too early for the city to take a position on the project.
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