As each day passes, the case against fracking becomes more and more overwhelming.
In Pennsylvania alone, there have been over 1,400 environmental violations attributed to hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking” deep gas wells. So why aren’t government officials taking a more aggressive stance toward the fracking industry’s damning environmental health record? Answer: money and power.
The report below by Truthstream Media outlines in grave detail, that there are near invisible nuclear-based, radioactive materials incorporated into the fracking process. To release the shale gas and oil, engineers must inject millions of gallons of water and ‘frack fluid’ containing 600 chemicals – many of them toxic and some radioactive – into the ground at a high pressure in order to force natural gas to the surface. This process has been proven to contaminate well and drinking water for nearby residents in over 1,000 documented cases so far.
And that’s only the tiny tip of a very dangerous iceberg…