“It’s tremendously disappointing,” he said. “They haven’t been able to commit to the project and now I think they’re thinking about backing out of the project altogether.”
But McKeown said that was not the case.
“We are trying to get this done,” McKeown said. “There has been a bit of a hurdle, but we hope to get past this.”
Innes isn’t as confident. He’s already starting to dread contingency plans if the EPA doesn’t approve the project.
“We’re trying to figure out the next step if the EPA reneges on the project,” he said. “If they do, we will have to sit down and regroup and figure out where to go next.”