Physician’s Group Sounds Alarm About Toxic Chemicals Being Used In Colorado February 14, 2022

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Dusty Horwitt, a consultant with Physicians for Social Responsibility, says his group has found some wells in Colorado are using PFAS in their oil and gas extraction operations. “They can be toxic in microscopic quantities,” said Horwitt.

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