La EPA autorizó el uso de sustancias tóxicas en la extracción de petróleo por fracking July 13, 2021

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“La EPA identificó serios riesgos para la salud asociados con los químicos propuestos para su uso en la extracción de petróleo y gas. Y sin embargo, permitió que esos químicos se usaran comercialmente con una regulación muy laxa”, dijo Dusty Horwitt, investigador de Physicians for Social Responsibility.

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