State Representative Greg Vitali and Delaware County District Attorney Kat Copeland were in attendance at H-CAN's monthly event, co-hosted with Del-Chesco United for Pipeline Safety.
Melisa Romano from H-CAN the Havertown Environmental Action Committee spoke about the contents of the pipeline from its origin to its ultimate destination (from fracking to plastic).
Eve Miari (Clean Air Council) and Eric Friedman (Del-Chesco United for Pipeline Safety)
Testimonials were given from person whose lives are directly being impatced by the pipeline.
And photographer Chris Baker Evans shared some of his works and his book "Lives on the Line," which focuses on the impact of the Mariner East pipelines.
Download the handout that contains info on the pipelines, how to recycle properly and a list of pipeline safety legislation.
Discussed at the meeting were the following:
what’s in these pipelines
where they run
what the risks are
who is responsible
why the lines exist
Read the MainLine Times article from April 15, 2019 covering the H-CAN event: “Mariner East 2 pipeline draw heat at Haverford hearing.”