Ground Water Protection Council

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Ground Water Protection Council (GWPC)

Address:13308 N MacArthur Blvd
Oklahoma City, OK 73142

Established: 1983. Description:National association of agencies, professionals, and corporations involved in ground water protection and underground disposal of drilling byproducts and other materials. Promotes the protection and conservation of ground water resources, recognizing ground water as a critical component of the ecosystem. Members: 2,000.
Publications: Groundwater Communique. Groundwater Report to the Nation 2007.

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Meeting in the heart of one of the most prolific natural gas shale plays in America, the 20-member board of directors of the Ground Water Protection Council (GWPC) unanimously passed a resolution calling for complete disclosure of chemicals used during the hydraulic fracturing process, common in the exploration of shale gas.
Speaking at a meeting of The Ground Water Protection Council, the EPA outlined a series of steps that state regulators should follow when issuing permits for these experimental pilot projects.
Environmental Protection Agency will release guidance on the underground injection of carbon dioxide at the annual meeting of The Ground Water Protection Council in Miami, Fla.