Sunday, July 25, 2010

EPA Considers Risk of Gas Extraction

   Yellow foul-smelling water,
do you depend on your own
water well? Could be a costly
investment down the drain.
Even public water supplies
leave a lot to be desired.
   The hydraulic fracking
method of gas extraction
takes 3-9 million gallons
of water, sand, and 590+
'secret' chemicals, how's
that for the water table? The
EPA is preparing to spend
1.9 million dollars on a study
to find out. This should
prompt families, farmers, and
ranchers to re-think the clean
energy Bridge.

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