Do you live along the proposed route of the Falcon ethane pipeline, or do you suspect you might live nearby?

Are you curious about the implications of building a major pipeline in Ohio, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania?

FracTracker recently released a public environmental impact assessment (EIA) of the Falcon Pipeline being proposed to feed Shell’s cracker in Western PA – including detailed interactive maps.

Here’s a recorded webinar presentation with Sam Rubright from FracTracker Alliance presenting the FracTracker Alliance Falcon Public EIA Project 

Not only does the Falcon Public EIA Project highlight the Falcon pipeline’s likely impacts to waterways, potential blast zones, ecological footprint, and proximity to hazardous industrial areas – it represents the first time public stakeholders have been given such a significant amount of time and detail to investigate a proposed pipeline.

Samantha Rubright, DrPH, CPH

Sam Rubright is the Manager of Communications and Partnerships for FracTracker Alliance. With FracTracker, Sam conducts and translates environmental health research for the website; nurtures collaborative relationships; manages FracTracker’s student internship program; and serves as the primary contact for media inquiries.

Sam obtained a Doctor of Public Health (DrPH) degree in 2016 from Pitt Public Health’s Environmental and Occupational Health department, focusing on the effects of exposure to cyanide and hydrogen sulfide. Additionally, she has explored and advised on the impacts of extractive industries on communities and public health in Africa and Europe.

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