Eleven well tests down, fifty to go for the EPA and anti-frackers.
The Scranton Times-Tribune reports:
Federal environmental regulators said Friday that they are “not drawing any conclusions” about whether the first 11 Dimock Twp. water test results they described Thursday are representative of the 61 water wells sampled in the town.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency released a statement Thursday saying that results from the first 11 homes sampled “did not show levels of contamination that could present a health concern,” but that it will perform additional sampling at three homes currently receiving replacement water and two homes where arsenic was detected…