EPA may truck water to Pa residents near fracking site

Reuters: Federal regulators are considering trucking fresh water to households in a Pennsylvania town where residents say wells have been polluted by hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, for natural gas. Only a month after declaring water in Dimock safe to drink, the Environmental Protection Agency is reconsidering action after residents supplied the EPA with hundreds of pages of data that link water pollution to fracking. Two residents of Dimock, a town of some 1,400 in the northeast corner of Pennsylvania,......

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