Is Fracking Wastewater Being Dumped into Coal Mines in Western Pennsylvania?

EcoWatch: In the January cold, Ken Dufalla’s hands, chapped and raw, shake as he grips a five-foot metal pole with a small, stained plastic container attached and dunks it into the icy, orange-colored water rushing into Ten Mile Creek. Chuck Hunnell, an Izaak Walton League water tester, holds a container used to pull water from streams and mine discharges. Members of the conservation group voluntarily test water for contaminants. Photo by Natasha Khan “Even the ice is turning color! You ever seen red......

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