Hydraulic Fracturing Brings Money, and Problems, to Pennsylvania

New York Times: In the economic downturn three years ago, Adam Diaz idled the trucks at his bluestone quarry and silenced the saws at his lumber mill. Fortunately for him, the gas companies arrived at about the same time, and Mr. Diaz saw an opportunity. He started hauling their waste. He parlayed 1 truck into 8 and now has a fleet of 53. Then he revived a weedy rail spur and now leases 210 rail cars to haul more waste containers. His work force grew to 180 from 30 as he created a business that now has revenues......

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