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Monday, May 23, 2016

More streams contaminated with lead and poisons


Summary
  1. North Dakota: fracking spills poison local streams with heavy metals, radioactive materials and toxic, corrosive salts.
  2. There are thousands of fracking spills per year. 
  3. 21,000 spills took place between 2009 and 2014.
  4. ND state law requires special permits to transport or dump radioactive waste of 185bq/kg. Radium was found at levels as high as 4,600 Bequerels per kilogram (bq/kg). 
  5. The fracking chemical cocktail is resistant to breaking down in the wild.
  6. Radium can last for thousands of years at a site.
  7. Find where the fracking is: Fractracker.org. World Fracking Map from Harvard.
  8. Find fracking accidents all over the US: Earthjustice.


Source
Natural News. May 17, 2016.

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