Texas, New Mexico Reports Coming on PFAS in Fracking December 22, 2022

Aerial shot of fracking sites
Photo by Jane Pargiter, EcoFlight

Worried about dangerous chemicals used in fracking? You should be – especially in light of the revelations PSR has been publishing about the use of PFAS chemicals in fracking operations in multiple states. PFAS can be carcinogenic, and they persist in the environment for so long, they are known as “forever” chemicals. Our report on PFAS use in Ohio flagged dangers from potentially contaminated fracking wastewater being leaked, spilled and pumped into disposal wells. Coming in January: New reports on PFAS use in Texas and New Mexico.

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