Compressor stations are part of the gas industry infrastructure, emitting toxins 24/7.
Are these toxins what you want to breathe?
Now let’s talk about “blowdowns”
When blowdowns occur, they release even worse Hazardous Air Pollutants:
Residents of Sullivan Country:
How close are you to the proposed station in Highland NY?
It’s not too late to take action!
Call Governor Cuomo: 518-474-8390
– Tell him you want a moratorium on all gas infrastructure projects, including the ESU.
– Ask that he invest in renewable energy jobs, which outpace those in fossil fuels.
CAAPE information sources:
- Average CO2 emissions for a car (EPA.gov)
- Annual CO2 compressor station emissions (Millennium Pipeline Report)
- Hazardous Air Pollutants (Millenium Pipeline Report)
- Compressor Station and Heath Risks (Curtis Nordgaard, MD, MSc, Pediatrician)
- A Brief Review of Compressor Stations (Kloczko, Yale University 2015)
Compressor emissions viewed with an infrared camera
What a compressor station “blowdown” looks like: