Dangerous Levels of Radioactivity Found at Fracking Waste Site

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Oct
2

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Schematic cross-section of the subsurface illustrating types of natural gas deposits. Photo source: US Energy Information Administration.

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Scientists have for the first time found dangerous levels of radioactivity and salinity at a shale gas waste disposal site in Pennsylvania, that could contaminate drinking water…

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