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Pipeline spills by Dakota Access company 'could have deadly effect'

It also under-reported extent of damage, refuses to pay fines: Ohio EPA chief

Native tribes from around the US protesting in March against the Dakota Access oil pipeline. The company behind it has been accused of polluting pristine wetlands and affecting drinking water supplies.


THE director of the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency on Monday blasted the pipeline company Energy Transfer Partners for a "pattern" of 18 spills of drilling materials and said that the size of the biggest spill could reach 19 million litres, more than double original

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