EPA Says Fracking Does Not Hurt Drinking Water
By Ben Wolfgang - The Washington Times - Thursday, June 4, 2015
In a major blow to environmental activists, the Obama administration said Thursday that the controversial drilling technique known as fracking has not caused any widespread impacts on drinking water, removing a key argument among those who want to limit U.S. oil-and-gas development.
The Environmental Protection Agency study, while identifying “potential vulnerabilities” in the fracking process that could affect water supplies, debunked the claim that the drilling practice is contaminating drinking water all across the country and represents a fundamental danger to clean water.
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