Pavillion cisterns a go

Pavillion cisterns a go by Mark Wilcox, July 10, 2012, Wyoming Business Report
Now plans are coming together for the cisterns, which not all residents of the area entirely approved of at a May 31 meeting because of concerns they would still have to pay for water at up to $200 per month. While the state is in talks with Encana to help subsidize the cost of transporting the water to effected residents, Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality Public Information Officer Keith Guille said they haven’t voiced a commitment yet. Mead previously said subsidizing the water transportation may be seen as an admission of guilt from Encana, which claims fracking had nothing to do with the well contamination. … The presence of hydrocarbons will qualify residents for a cistern installed at their home.

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