EPA Says There’s No Evidence Fracking Contaminates Groundwater
After five years of study, the EPA still has no evidence hydraulic fracturing contaminates groundwater.
EPA officials said in a Tuesday press conference that data gaps and uncertainties mean the agency can’t prove its previous assertion that there was zero evidence of national drinking water being contaminated. The agency acknowledged that it has no evidence of water actually being contaminated across the country by fracking.
EPA also said in the press call it worked with environmental groups to create the study. – READ MORE