Ohio EPA Dismisses Complaint Against Radioactive Waste Remediation Site

An August 22, 2022 story in The Intelligencer | Wheeling News Register indicates the complaint by Concerned Ohio River Residents (CORR) has been dismissed.

“As part of this process, Austin Master Services received multiple permits to continue operations. The permits included the Permit-to-Install and Operate material handling operations and an Ohio State Emergency Response Commission report to record the annual chemical inventory on site. No other oil and gas waste facility similar to Austin Master Services has an OEPA air permit. A copy of the dismissal documentation is available on the Austin Master Services website at austinmasterservices.com/ohio-epa-complaint-dismissal/


The CORR webpage begins with this header and much more can be found here.

A full complement of downloadable CORR documents and photos can be found on Google One Drive here. Below are a few samples:


August 19, 2021 – Residents Have Concerns About Austin Master Services Frack Waste Recycling Facility in Martins Ferry

October 5, 2021 – Austin Master Services Responds to Concerns About Martins Ferry Facility

April 5, 2022 – CORR concerned with radiation levels found in soil samples taken in Martins Ferry

April 25, 2022 – ‘This Needs to Be Fixed’: Nuclear Expert Calls Radioactivity Levels Found Outside Ohio Oilfield Waste Facility ‘Excessive’

April 26, 2022 blog – The ‘unnatural gas’ radioactive waste stream


CORR website about this radioactive oil & gas waste facility in Martins Ferry, Ohio

Google One Drive – Documents & Photos

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