U.S. EPA to test water in Pennsylvania near fracking site

Reuters: U.S. regulators said on Thursday they will perform water tests at about 60 homes in the small town of Dimock in northern Pennsylvania where residents say natural gas drilling has polluted wells. The Environmental Protection Agency also plans to truck water to four homes in the town where some households have relied on trucked water since drilling by Cabot Oil & Gas began there three years ago, it said in a statement on Thursday. The tests, which will begin in the coming days, are being carried......

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