- North Dakota: fracking spills poison local streams with heavy metals, radioactive materials and toxic, corrosive salts.
- There are thousands of fracking spills per year.
- 21,000 spills took place between 2009 and 2014.
- 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).
- The fracking chemical cocktail is resistant to breaking down in the wild.
- Radium can last for thousands of years at a site.
- Find where the fracking is: Fractracker.org. World Fracking Map from Harvard.
- Find fracking accidents all over the US: Earthjustice.
Natural News. May 17, 2016.