• Frac Sand Mine Permit Approved For Riverway

    Frac sand mine permit approved by DNR KBIA. Missouri’s Department of Natural Resources approved the permit for a acre frac sand mine in Ste. Genevieve County

  • frac sand mine permit approved for riverway Mobile

    Frac Sand Mining in the Lower Wisconsin State Riverway “The Riverway Board has a frac sand mining permit application before it. It is not the Board’s place to decide whether or not hydraulic fracturing is a plus for domestic energy production or a serious threat to our environment. Frac Sand Company Won't Be Permitted To Mine Near

  • approved frac sand permits courage-epreuve

    Frac sand mine permit approved for Riverway The ruling overturns the decision by the LWSRB last August to deny permits to the Pattison Sand Company to mine frac Get Quote. DNR Res Frac Sand Mining Permits Wisconsin Public Radio. A new waterwater permit for frac sand operations in Wisconsin is being developed by the Department of Natural Resources. Get Quote. Fairmount

  • Frac Sand Mine Permit Approved By Dnr Matériel MCC

    Frac Sand Mine Permit Approved By Dnr. Chili 120-150tph Station de concassage mobile de pierre de rivière. Chili 120-150tph Station de concassage mobile de pierre de rivière. Ligne de concassage de minerai de fer du Chili. Papouasie Nouvelle Guinée 250TPH Station de concassage mobile. Cameroun Kefid 30tph station de concassage fix au Caméroun . Guinée Kefid 500tph station de concassage

  • Riverway mine moves closer as Walker boosts frac sand

    The town of Bridgeport Planning Commission has OK’d a conditional use permit for Pattison Sand Co. of Clayton, Iowa, to locate a mine near the Lower Wisconsin State Riverway, setting up a final vote by the Town Board on March 27.

  • Bridgeport Town Board Approves sand mine permit

    The Bridgeport Town Board approved the Pattison Sand Company’s permit application for a 170-acre frac sand mine during a special meeting last Wednesday night. The vote was 2-0 in favor, with Town Board Chairman John Karnopp and Supervisor Mike Steiner voting to approve and Supervisor Rod Marfilius, one of the three landowners of the site, abstaining.

  • Loophole opens door for a frac sand mine near Wisconsin

    Pattison Sand Co. of Clayton, Iowa, is building a mine on roughly 300 acres of farmland on a sliver of land between Wisconsin 60 and the Lower Wisconsin River to collect frac sand, used in the

  • Frac Sand Mining in the Lower Wisconsin State Riverway

    frac sand mining is prohibited in the Riverway, we do have an alternative proposition that can be offered to the landowners. The State can purchase their lands, or, if the landowners desire to retain ownership, the State can purchase scenic easements prohibiting

  • A mine with a view: Loophole opens the door for frac sand

    According to the conditional use permit approved by the Bridgeport Planning Commission, mining activities can occur 24 hours a day, seven days a week, for up to 60 years. At maximum capacity, a truck would enter or leave the site every six minutes.

  • Crawford County Citizens Wary Of Proposed Frac Sand

    The 300-acre frac sand mine would be located in the Town of Bridgeport and would be the first to stretch into a recognized scenic riverway. Iowa-based Pattison Sand got approval from the town in March, and last month the Department of Natural Resources approved a general permit for the mine, which allows stormwater to be drained into the Wisconsin River.

  • Bridgeport Town Board Approves sand mine permit

    The Bridgeport Town Board approved the Pattison Sand Company’s permit application for a 170-acre frac sand mine during a special meeting last Wednesday night. The vote was 2-0 in favor, with Town Board Chairman John Karnopp and Supervisor Mike Steiner voting to approve and Supervisor Rod Marfilius, one of the three landowners of the site, abstaining.

  • Riverway mine moves closer as Walker boosts frac sand

    With Gov. Scott Walker’s new budget including assistance for the sand mining industry, a controversial frac sand operation near the Lower Wisconsin River is moving closer to approval. The town of Bridgeport Planning Commission has OK’d a conditional use permit for Pattison Sand Co. of Clayton, Iowa, to locate a mine near the Lower Wisconsin State Riverway, setting up a final vote by the

  • Frac Sand Company Won't Be Permitted To Mine Near

    Pattison Sand Company, an Iowa-based frac sand company, will not be allowed to mine within the Lower Wisconsin State Riverway.. The board charged with protecting the scenic beauty of the river determined the mine would not be able to conceal all mining activity.

  • Frac Sand Mine Permit Approved By Dnr Matériel

    Frac Sand Mine Permit Approved By Dnr. Chili 120-150tph Station de concassage mobile de pierre de rivière. Chili 120-150tph Station de concassage mobile de pierre de rivière. Ligne de concassage de minerai de fer du Chili. Papouasie Nouvelle Guinée 250TPH Station de concassage mobile. Cameroun Kefid 30tph station de concassage fix au Caméroun . Guinée Kefid 500tph station de concassage

  • Loophole opens door for a frac sand mine near Wisconsin

    BRIDGEPORT — Dane County businessman Mark Setzke, has been hooked on the Lower Wisconsin River since he was 16.

  • Arnie Steele: Frac sand proposal would harm riverway

    The Lower Wisconsin State Riverway Board will decide on Pattison Sand’s permit application to mine frac sand within the Riverway at a meeting at 5 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 22, at

  • Frac sand mining discussion delayed by Riverway Board

    Frac sand mining discussion delayed by Riverway Board: The monthly meeting of the Lower Wisconsin State Riverway Board was held on December 13th in Prairie du Chien with the bulk of the meeting devoted to presentations, public comment and discussion of the frac sand mining applications under consideration by the board. Approximately 75 people attended the meeting held at the Crawford

  • Defeating frac sand mining along the Lower

    When the Pattison Sand Company, an out-of-state mining company with a history of environmental violations, pursued a permit to mine for frac sand along the banks of the Lower Wisconsin Scenic Riverway, Wisconsin Conservation Voters sprang into action generating more than 2,200 letters to board s and turning out to the hearings in big numbers.

  • Crawford County Citizens Wary Of Proposed Frac Sand

    The 300-acre frac sand mine would be located in the Town of Bridgeport and would be the first to stretch into a recognized scenic riverway. Iowa-based Pattison Sand got approval from the town in March, and last month the Department of Natural Resources approved a general permit for the mine, which allows stormwater to be drained into the Wisconsin River.

  • Riverway mine moves closer as Walker boosts frac sand

    The town of Bridgeport Planning Commission has OK’d a conditional use permit for Pattison Sand Co. of Clayton, Iowa, to locate a mine near the Lower Wisconsin State Riverway, setting up a final