Proposed drilling could lead to more PFAS in water May 17, 2022
Wausa Pilot & Review
Recent reports by Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR), the Norwegian Environmental Agency and MDPI Toxics 2022 confirm the drilling fluids, surfactants and foaming agents used in the earliest stages of these projects begin the PFAS exposure cycle.
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