Sierra Club’s wastewater appeal against Jonesport fish farm rejected by DEP

by Nancy Beal

One week after Maine Public broke the news that the Sierra Club had challenged the wastewater discharge license granted by the Maine Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) to Kingfish Maine, a Dutch company planning to build a large land-based fish farming operation in Jonesport — and before many knew that the environmental group had lodged the complaint — its appeal was rejected for lack of standing.

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