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July 18, 2013



can't filter radiation out of the wastewaters.

Vera Scroggins

yes, we weren't told anything about the tons and millions of gallons of waste produced by gas drilling and fracking; this process is too dirty to the environment to be allowed to continue; look on and see all the DEP waste reports and how much and where it ends up.


Half a million tons of dissolved "solids" in our surface water (ick) is a helluva lot to save us from. Thank God for the Clean Water Act, is all I can say.

But what is it with fracking that delivers such an enormous burden on fresh water? We sure weren't told about that when they first announced horizontal drilling as the cure for the world's fuel crisis.

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