PFAS should not be used in hydraulic fracturing February 18, 2022

Editorial | The Denver Post

The revelation this month from Physicians for Social Responsibility that the oil and gas industry in Colorado has been using a chemical that will eventually break down into a highly-toxic forever chemical in the PFAS family is disturbing, to say the least.

The Environmental Protection Agency, which has been slowly developing regulations for the use of PFAS across all industries, and the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, which regulates fracking in Colorado, should respond immediately.

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