The Virginia Department of Environmental Quality is currently planning to permit developers of the massive fracked-gas Atlantic Coast and Mountain Valley pipelines to drive a gash through the headwaters, streams, and wetlands of six major river basins, including the headwaters of the Potomac and James Rivers, on which millions of Virginians depend for their drinking water. The Atlantic Coast Pipeline would cross streams and rivers in Virginia more than 700 times, while the Mountain Valley Pipeline would require nearly 400 crossings — together impacting over 320 acres of wetlands and putting our waters at risk of pollution and sedimentation, and putting our health at risk of long-term harm.
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Tell DEQ and State Water Control Board to reject permits for the Atlantic Coast and Mountain Valley Pipelines and protect our waterways and communities. * fields marked below are required by DEQ