EPA’s Fracking Finding Misled on Threat to Drinking Water, Scientists Conclude


A group of independent scientists say the controversial study did not support the EPA’s conclusion that fracking did not pose a widespread threat to drinking water. By Neela Banerjee An Environmental Protection Agency panel of independent scientists has recommended the agency revise its conclusions in a major study released last year that minimized the potential hazards hydraulic fracturing poses to drinking water. See Also: Fracking Study Finds Toxins in Wyoming Town’s Groundwater and Raises Broader Concerns In California, Study Finds Drilling and Fracking into Freshwater Formations Can Fracking Pollute Drinking Water? Don’t Ask the EPA Fracking Has Contaminated Drinking Water, EPA Now Concludes read more


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