Pa. environment agency debunks anti-fracking water pollution claim

The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection on Monday announced that, after a 16-month investigation, there’s no evidence to connect natural gas drilling with high levels of methane found in private water supplies in the small town of Franklin Forks.

Read more at the Washington Times.

3 thoughts on “Pa. environment agency debunks anti-fracking water pollution claim”

  1. “While environmental groups likely will dispute the Franklin Forks findings,…” Well of course they will. Otherwise they’d just have to shut up and go home.

  2. We now have proof that people tend to drill for natural gas in locations that have natural gas.

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