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Pittsburgh Coal Co. v. Sanitary Water Bd.

Citation: 2 ELR 20339
No. No. 261 C.D. 1970, 286 A.2d 459/3 ERC 1752/4 Pa. Commw. 407, (Pa. Commw. Ct., 01/18/1972)

The Sanitary Water Board may not under the "Clean Streams Law" require the operator of a deep mine, as a condition to the discharge of his own mine drainage, to treat waters of the Commonwealth that have flowed or seeped into the operator's active mine from an underground pool formed by inactive independent mines, when that water was polluted be...

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