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Several rural communities and counties in New York have received permission from state regulatorsdespite a state fracking moratorium and a warning from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to spread fracking waste brine on roads as a de-icer.
AT The Lafarge cement plant in Brookfield has applied to use the water in its cement-making process. The Nova Scotia government is considering a proposal that could help get rid of waste water from the hydraulic fracturing or fracking process.
It is said to release extra oil or gas from the rock so it can flow into the well. It has become a controversial natural gas drilling method due the levels of chemicals released that are considered to be toxic, according to Matt Smith, North Jersey
Thursday, June 27, 2013 Keep fracking waste out of New Jersey I was one of those activists at the rally at the State House last week. Despite the fact that 86 bipartisan members of the Legislature passed legislation to protect New Jersey from the
Ohio's growing shale-drilling industry has created a boom for the businesses that take waste from oil and gas wells.The number of disposal wells in Ohio, which currently stands at 179, is poised to explode in coming months. State regulators approved
The bill's sponsors, however, said Christie's legal arguments are wrong, and environmentalists vowed to pressure the state legislature to override the governor's veto. New Jersey has a one-year moratorium on fracking, a controversial process used to
New Jersey legislators approved legislation on Monday banning the treatment or storage of fracking waste in the state. The natural gas drilling process known as hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, is not taking place in New Jersey. But legislators and
Lawmakers have approved legislation that bans hydraulic fracturing byproducts created in other states from entering New Jersey...Hydraulic fracturing, commonly known as fracking, involves blasting chemical-laced water deep into the ground. Some
The Record A bill to ban the treatment or disposal in New Jersey of waste generated by fracking moved a step forward Thursday when the Assembly Environment Committee voted to approve the measure. New Jersey already has a one-year moratorium on