As Petrochemical Industry Extends Along Ohio River, Pollution Follows Close Behind December 6, 2019

An ethane cracker plant.
Photo: Ted Auch, FracTracker Alliance,


“Everything looks nice and peaceful, nice and clean, nothing going on here,” Dr. Ned Ketyer, PSR Philadelphia, said. But in the FLIR camera footage, “you can see the air filling up with emissions.”

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