Report says fracking can impact water
EPA study recommends focusing attention on situations where the risk of drinking water contamination is highest; cites data gaps
In response to concerns expressed by Congress, the Environmental Protection Agency has conducted a study into the impact of oil industry hydraulic fracturing operations on drinking water and has issued a draft version of a report on the study. Although there are significant gaps in the data relating....
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Surface water impacts
Leakage from wells
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