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The EPA’s Surprising Findings on the Effects of Fracking on Drinking Water

The EPA’s Surprising Findings on the Effects of Fracking on Drinking Water

After decades of speculation and debate over its effects on public drinking water supplies, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has finally revealed that hydraulic stimulation and fracturing has a negligible impact on drinking water in the U.S. According to Forbes, the EPA’s five-year study of hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, examined more than 950 pieces of information, from published papers to technical reports. While the agency...

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