Fracking in Pennsylvania used toxic ‘forever chemicals’ as Pa. officials maintain willful ignorance August 5, 2021

The Philadelphia Inquirer

When Physicians for Social Responsibility published a bombshell report last month about the use of toxic, so-called forever chemicals in fracking, many questions remained for Pennsylvania and the health risks for our state…An analysis of public data by this editorial board identified the use of one of these “forever chemicals” in at least eight Pennsylvania fracking wells between 2012 and 2014. Our findings should raise concerns for all Pennsylvanians.

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