What is ASH?: Discussing the risks of the Appalachian Storage Hub

Join West Virginia Interfaith Power & Light for the fourth of five discussions in our “Standing Up for Appalachia” series. In July we will feature a discussion about the Appalachian Storage Hub (ASH), a proposed large infrastructure project stretching along the Upper and Lower Ohio Valleys with multiple cracker plants and underground storage facilities for natural gas liquids to be potentially transported through multiple major pipelines. There are multiple health and environmental concerns associated with the construction of the hub, among them air contamination and a risk of contaminating water intakes for the millions of people who depend upon the Ohio River for tap water. Click here to register.

Our panel includes the following, with additional participants to be announced:

Sarah Carballo, Ohio Valley Environmental Coalition
Fr. Michael Ziebarth, St. Gregory Palamas Monastery
Dr. Randi Pokladnik, Researcher and Environmental Activist