Treated Fracking Wastewater is Still Toxic

Nature World: A new study has shockingly shown that fracking wastewater, even after being treated, is still contaminating drinking water. Wastewater from hydraulic fracturing, or "fracking," and its toxic byproducts have long been an issue, especially for those who are concerned that flowback may be contaminating their groundwater. Fracking involves injecting millions of gallons of fluids into shale rock formations to release oil and gas. The wastewater generated during this process is highly radioactive......

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