New Mexico lawmakers grapple with PFAS from the oil and gas industry October 10, 2023

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Citizens Caring for the Future points to data from the Physicians for Social Responsibility, which says that between 2013 and 2022, oil and gas companies put at least 9,000 pounds of PFAS into the ground during fracking operations. But the full scope of the potential problem isn’t known because state law allows oil and gas companies to keep certain fracking fluid components secret, Citizens Caring for the Future explains.

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