Wheeling Councilwoman Vows to Fight Brine Plant Because She Doesn't "Like All of This Fracking"

From the Weirton Daily Times:
GreenHunter Water officials are familiar with opposition, as Washington County, Ohio sheriff's deputies arrested 10 people in February for protesting at the company's natural gas and oil frack water storage site in New Matamoras.
Now, Wheeling City Councilwoman Gloria Delbrugge plans to use her authority to try to keep GreenHunter from establishing its new frack water recycling plant at North 28th Street in Warwood. The facility would be located at the former Seidler's Oil Service site, directly adjacent to the Wheeling Heritage Trail.
"They say this facility will be the 'first of its kind in the country.' That's because they have been run out of everywhere else," claimed Delbrugge, who represents and lives in the Warwood section of the city.
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