The DEP and Range both said the company has fixed procedural problems in how the company records its water usage.
DEP said it had approved the Hamilton AMD project in lieu of receiving additional penalties because the project will provide a substantial benefit to public health and the environment. The project also has strong local support
In September, 2014, Range Resources agreed to pay $4.15 million to settle violations at six impoundments, or holding ponds, in Pennsylvania's Washington County. The DEP ordered the company to shut down some sites and do repair and upgrade work at others.
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