Study: ‘Numerous Carcinogens’ Related To Fracking Have Potential To Contaminate

Mealey's (November 4, 2016, 2:01 PM EDT) -- NEW HAVEN, Conn. — The Yale School of Public Health (YSPH) on Oct. 24 published a report that its researchers say “confirms that numerous carcinogens involved in the controversial practice of hydraulic fracturing have the potential to contaminate air and water in nearby communities.”

(Study available.  Document #94-161108-016X.)

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The report, which was published in the journal “Science of the Total Environment.” 

A research team comprising Elise G. Elliott, Pauline Trinh, Xiaomei Ma, Brian P. Leaderer, Mary H. Ward and Nicole C. Deziel examined an extensive...
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