EPA Science Advisors Balk at Fracking StudyBy
5-year study found no 'widespread, systemic' impacts on water
Scientific review board repudiates study's major conclusion
A landmark study by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency that concluded fracking causes no widespread harm to drinking water is coming under fire -- this time, from the agency’s own science advisers.
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