Intervening in the West Central Lateral Pipeline

In early 2014, Clean Wisconsin intervened in a case at the Public Service Commission regarding the proposed West Central Lateral Natural Gas Pipeline between Tomah and Eau Claire.

The 74-mile natural gas pipeline proposed in west central Wisconsin has the potential to create numerous and significant adverse impacts on wetlands, surface water, rare or threatened species’ habitats and high-quality woodlands. The draft environmental impact statement (EIS) fails to adequately address many key environmental issues including the effects of increased sand mining that could be promoted by the pipeline.

Read more about Clean Wisconsin’s work against the pipeline here.