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  • Over 17 Million people rely on the Delaware for drinking water including in New York, Philadelphia and South Jersey

  • Over 17 Million people rely on the Delaware for drinking water including in New York, Philadelphia and South Jersey

  • Over 17 Million people rely on the Delaware for drinking water including in New York, Philadelphia and South Jersey

  • Over 17 Million people rely on the Delaware for drinking water including in New York, Philadelphia and South Jersey

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About Delaware Riverkeeper Network (DRN)

The Delaware Riverkeeper Network champions the rights of our communities for a Delaware River and tributary streams that are free-flowing, clean, healthy, and abundant with a diversity of life.

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Published on April 6, 2018

Residents in several communities are fighting a plan to build a sewage sludge processing facility at the Grand Central Sanitary Landfill in Plainfield Township right next door to Pen Argyl, Pennsylvania. There are concerns about possible health effects, safety and property value impacts in the towns. A group of residents has started a grass roots campaign against the project.

 

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Meet the Delaware Riverkeeper

Maya K. van Rossum has served as the Delaware Riverkeeper and leader for the Delaware Riverkeeper Network since 1994. 

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