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Opportunity To Bid On DEP Abandoned Oil & Gas Well Plugging In Butler County

The Department of Environmental Protection published notice in the March 30 PA Bulletin of an opportunity to bid on an abandoned oil and gas well plugging in Butler County.

The Department of Environmental Protection has available a current list of Abandoned Mine Reclamation, Acid Mine Drainage, Surface Mine Reclamation, Cleaning Out and Plugging Oil and Gas Wells, Waterways Engineering (Concrete Dams/Concrete Lined Channels, Walls and Box Culverts, etc.), Hazardous Site Remediation, Removal and Disposal of Underground Storage Tanks, and Wetland Restoration projects available for bidding.  Click Here for the list.

The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources has a current list of bid proposals for construction projects in State Parks and State Forests available online.  Click Here for the list.


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[Posted: March 29, 2019]


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