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EPA?spokesman won’t comment on discharges

Number of times, amount of waste not known

February 13, 2013

WARREN — The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency isn’t really commenting on reported public statements made Monday by one of its coordinators that Ben Lupo, owner of D&L Energy and Hardrock......

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WarrenProud

Feb-13-13 4:58 AM

Why isn't Lupo in jail? Over 250,000 gallons of the toxic fracking fluid down the storm sewer drain and he still is walking the streets. Come on ePA - make the arrest already and set the example for future violators.

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jonathon

Feb-13-13 7:15 AM

Warren, I see you're up early again to spout you knowledge, or lack of, why don't you wait for the investigation to conclude then I'm sure you will get your pound of flesh and Lupo will be going to jail, and well deserved I might add.

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franky

Feb-13-13 7:37 AM

Why don't you all (including hagan) let the EPA do it's job. Your grandstanding is what blows cases around this valley.

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countyresident

Feb-13-13 7:37 AM

Somebody please, put Hagan on speed dial.

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bazboy

Feb-13-13 7:57 AM

he not in jail cause its the same crap they dump on the roads

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ProudWarrenite

Feb-13-13 10:01 AM

Why has the former County Engineer's ties to Lupo and his investments in D&L been suddenly silenced?

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Billdog

Feb-13-13 12:15 PM

WP where are you getting your figure of 250,000 gallons? Geez, each day your number grows to ridiculous proportions. Let's let the EPA do its job, and then make up stuff.

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ndirish

Feb-13-13 8:33 PM

If Al-Qaeda was caught deliberately dumping poison into our water it would be called an act of terrorism punishable by death??? Why should it be different for this scum bag??

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featherstone

Feb-14-13 1:22 AM

Franky, if Hagan wasn't leaning on EPA, you and many others would still B*#@h!! Proudwarrenite & ndirish have valid points and agreed 100% here!!

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featherstone

Feb-14-13 1:28 AM

Where's Lupo, like to know just as importantly, Where's our Governor, oh I forgot he doesn't care much for this corner of the state until election time. You'd think he'd be all over this, being from near Pittsburgh where three main rivers were polluted almost beyond hope in the 70's.

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featherstone

Feb-14-13 1:30 AM

Where's Lupo, like to know just as importantly, Where's our Governor, oh I forgot he doesn't care much for this corner of the state until election time. You'd think he'd be all over this, being from near Pittsburgh where three main rivers were polluted almost beyond hope in the 70's.

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Triumph

Feb-14-13 2:21 PM

I read in the Vindy that Lupo posted a $50,000 unsecured bond. That is why he is not in jail.

a $50,000 unsecured bond. Whats that? Pocket change?

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