Well-managed fracking poses ‘low’ health risks

BusinessGreen: The public will only face low levels of health risk from shale gas projects, assuming that such projects are "properly run and regulated". That is the conclusion of a new draft report from Public Health England published yesterday, which draws on scientific literature relating to the impact of chemicals and radioactive material associated with shale gas extraction. "The currently available evidence indicates that the potential risks to public health from exposure to emissions associated with......

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