Injection Well Permit Approved For Fayette Co., When Is It Safe To Drink The Water?, & More By Ben Adducchio • Feb 17, 2014 ShareTwitter Facebook Google+ Email Listen Listening... / 13:56 Credit West Virginia Public Broadcasting / West Virginia Public Broadcasting On this West Virginia Morning, an underground injection well in Fayette County clears a key regulatory hurdle with the Department of Environmental Protection. A study looks at how businesses were affected by the Elk River Chemical Spill, and more! Related Program: West Virginia MorningTags: West Virginia MorningElk River Chemical SpillThe Law WorksMarshall UniversityEnergy & EnvironmentpodcastRadioHealth & Science Related Content Legislature Debates Pseudoephedrine and E-Cigarettes, Bela Fleck and Abigail Washburn, & More 1 year ago Legislature Deals with Gas Worker Safety and Mental Health of Veterans, Snowtubing, & More 1 year ago Gov. Tomblin Announces TAP Water Testing, Sochi Native Resides at Marshall, & More 1 year ago Is It Really Safe? Testing West Virginia's Water 1 year ago View the discussion thread.