To reduce the federal problem down to the bare bones, you have far too many new wells, far too few public inspection resources, and an expectation that the industry can fill in the gaps.
June 17, 2014

Via Clean Technica:

The Associated Press has been doing a bang-up job of covering fracking issues lately, and over the weekend they released a bombshell fracking report that set fire to the tubes. The new fracking report focuses on oil and gas fracking wells that are classified as higher pollution risks, many because they are located near vulnerable watersheds. That’s really piling on to the squeeze on US water resources resulting from drought and overuse.

The New AP Fracking Report

We were tipped to the new fracking report by our friends over at Al Jazeera America. The full story is worth a read but here it is...

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