Our Drinking Water at Risk

Our Drinking Water at Risk
What EPA and the Oil and Gas Industry Don't Want Us to Know About Hydraulic Fracturing.

Published: April 7, 2005

By: Lisa Sumi

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Our Drinking Water at Risk: What EPA and the Oil and Gas Industry Don't Want You to Know About Oil and Gas Fracturing criticizes a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency study which determined that hydraulic fracturing does not pose a threat to drinking water.

Our Drinking Water at Risk reveals that study to be inadequate.

An executive summary of the report is available as well.

Tagged with: water pollution, our drinking water at risk, hydraulic fracturing, fracking, epa, drinking water, disclosure

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