Monitor Air Quality in Coudersport
Recently Coudersport Area Municipal Authority (CAMA) board members leased land to Epiphany, a company planning to chemically treat and distill frack wastewater from the region's unconventional shale wells.
When myself and other residents learned about CAMA's plans, we began releasing helium balloons from the site. And the balloons drifted over the Borough of Coudersport & the Coudersport Elementary School.
Epiphany has since applied to the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) for an AQ Exemption Permit.
My goal is to purchase an "Air Quality Egg " so we can measure the levels of carbon monoxide (CO) and nitrogen dioxide (NO2) in the air surrounding to distillery. The Air Quality Egg cost $280.00
Even a small donation of $5.00 would help me reach my goal.