Fracking Does not Pollute Water and Air

heartland_logoFracking Operators Have Solved Most Problems, are Working on the Rest,” By H. Sterling Burnett.water_fall_stream
Oil and gas operators are on the verge of solving the only arguably legitimate objections raised against the practice of hydraulic fracturing for oil and gas production: earthquakes and water consumption. Innovation has brought good news to an industry that has a serious image problem despite the tremendous good it has done for our country. Environmental lobbyists contend fracking pollutes the air and water, causes earthquakes, and will leave municipalities and farmers without sufficient water. But numerous studies from universities, science journals, and federal and various state governments have demonstrated fracking does not significantly contribute to air pollution. Other studies have shown fracking has not polluted water wells, drinking water, or irrigation water and remains unlikely to do so. Read more.

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