A statewide movement calling on Governor Wolf to halt operation and construction of all Mariner Pipelines until safety risks are properly mitigated
for #HaltMarinerNow Campaign
For a list of other organizations around the state working on Mariner East 2, go to Get Connected.
Del-Chesco United for Pipeline Safety is a nonpartisan, fact-based, grassroots alliance of local coalitions, organizations, and concerned Pennsylvanians. Our mission is to protect the health, safety and welfare of our communities.
Protect Penn-Trafford is a citizen's group working to ensure the safety, security, and quality of life from the effects of unconventional gas development in Penn-Trafford and surrounding communities in Westmoreland and Allegheny Counties.
Mountain Watershed Association, home of the Youghiogheny Riverkeeper, works to protect, preserve, and restore the Indian Creek and greater Youghiogheny River Watersheds through grassroots organizing, advocacy, education, and on-the-ground restoration projects. The Halt Mariner Now project is supported by MWA's Direct Support Fund, which is made possible by The Heinz Endowments and the 11th Hour Project.
Middletown Coalition for Community Safety (MCCS) is a nonpartisan grassroots group of parents and residents whose goal is to educate elected officials and the public regarding the risks associated with the proposed Mariner East 2 pipeline. The so-called proposed "ME2" pipeline is a hazardous, highly volatile liquids (HVL) pipeline slated to run through all of Middletown Township, Delaware County, a densely populated "high consequence" area. MCCS is working to ensure that area-specific impact studies are conducted and that emergency preparedness, notification, and evacuation plans are in place for all residents and schools in close proximity to any proposed high-pressure HVL line.
Clean Air Council is Philadelphia's oldest environmental non-profit and has been fighting for everyone's right to breathe clean air for over 50 years. The Council supports the #HaltMarinerNow statewide campaign and will be providing a series of webinars on pipeline construction impacts to water.