Scrap Car Controversy
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In the February 1, 2016 edition of standardspeaker.com, Maria Jacketti authored an article titled ‘Cease-and-desist order issued for shredder project’ with the following information: “Controversy continues over the building of a $10M automobile shredder in Green Ridge at Harry’s salvage yard. Jim Montone, chairman of the Hazle Township supervisors says that the Kresses never had permission to construct a foundation that is in place since zoning awaits reports from Luzerne County’s engineering department & planning department before it grants permits. Montone says the township solicitor advised them that if they moved ahead with construction, they would be doing it at his own risk. The township sent them a letter to cease and desist. In a letter to the editor on Jan. 20, the Kresses took issue with comments made at a meeting of Citizens Against the Shredder (CATS).
According to the Kresses, CATS is attempting to scare the public; they are working with an engineer, who in turn is working with the PA Department of Enviro-Protection & the Luzerne Conservation District to ensure compliance with state & federal regulations. A letter from the Law Offices of Edward NcNelis states that Hazle Twp never issued a permit in the matter for the shredder’s construction. According to Recycling Today, shredders are now operating in Beaver Falls, Coatesville, Erie, Morrisville, New Castle, Nanticoke, Philadelphia, Plainfield Township, Schuylkill Haven, Temple, West Mifflin, Wilkes-Barre, Williamsport and York. Information from the U.S. EPA says the products and practices used by auto salvage businesses have the potential to pollute the land, groundwater and the air. One primary threat is polluted storm water runoff resulting from the mishandling of auto fluids. The Kresses referred the Standard-Speaker to their attorney to address questions that arose at CATS’ first meeting.
DEP spokeswoman Colleen Connolly says no permits for the shredder have yet been requested or issued, although a preliminary meeting has taken place. Concerns also were voiced at the CATS meeting over the amount of water to be drawn potentially from the Hazleton City system to operate the shredder. According to Randy Cahalan, the authority’s executive director, the system processes 6 million gallons a day, and the amount of water used by the shredder would be minimal. For storm water runoff the shredder will have an infiltration basin to collect it.” The full article is available at his link.
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