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WTFrack! debris considered too radioactive even for waste site refused delivery Court rules Obama Administration allowed drilling without review

 
Daniel of the Rose

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The seafood is polluted from the GOM. Plants, water and livestock are polluted from fracking and Ocean life is being poisoned by Fukushima.

Pick your poison and Bon Appétit!!

5 stars OP!
abduct
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You're right Greed will kill us all...
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Even a dog won't shit where he sleeps.

5 stars stars for opie.

Great thread.

Technology, lacking the mitigater of common sense and compassion, is evil.
There has always been a segment of society which has rejected
technology in its extreme forms.

They were and are, right.

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If there's money to be made nothing else matters, so it seems.
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shelter in space...oh,sorry...place.
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WTFrack! debris considered too radioactive even for waste site
A truck carrying drill cuttings from a fracking site set off a radiation alarm at a landfill in Pennsylvania. Emitting gamma radiation ten times higher than the permitted level, the waste was rejected by the landfill.

After the alarm went off, the MAX Environmental Technologies truck was immediately quarantined and sent back to the Marcellus Shale fracking site it had come from in Greene County, Va. The 159-acre Pennsylvania landfill site accepts residual and hazardous waste, but the cuttings were too radioactive for the site to safely dispose.

Exposure to the materials taken from the fracking site can have serious health consequences, including the risk of developing cancer. The high level of radiation emitted by the materials serves as alarming news for environmentalists and residents located near hydraulic fracturing sites across the US.

“Long-term exposure to radium increases the risk of developing several diseases,” the EPA writes. “Inhaled or ingested radium increases the risk of developing such diseases as lymphoma, bone cancer and diseases that affect the formation of blood, such as leukemia and aplastic anemia… External exposure to radium’s gamma radiation increases the risk of cancer to varying degrees in all tissues and organs.”

The drill cuttings have been sent back to the well pad where they were extracted. The production company, Rice Energy, must now apply to have the waste discarded at other landfill sites that accept materials with higher levels of radiation.
The consequences of long-term exposure to Radium 226 are known, but the effects of specially formulated chemicals used at US fracking sites still remain widely unknown. With the Obama administration overlooking environmental concerns and distributing oil drilling rights without a comprehensive review of fracking, it is difficult to know just how much radiation the sites produce.
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I live in the county next to Greene County and the gas companies are out of line. I'm not an enviromentalist but there has to be more regulation on fracking.
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I live in the county next to Greene County and the gas companies are out of line. I'm not an enviromentalist but there has to be more regulation on fracking.
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ohyeah
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More fucking over the earth for money sick sick
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Even a dog won't shit where he sleeps.

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The ones making the billions of $$$ don't sleep anywhere near where this shit will end up. I'm sure they'll spread a little cash around and find somebody to dump it in your back yard.
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I'm sure you know I was speaking to the human condition.
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Pick your Poison

Study finds 'soup of toxic chemicals' in the air near Arkansas ExxonMobil spill site

Thirty toxic hydrocarbons were measured above the detection limits. Each of the thirty hydrocarbons measured in the Mayflower release is a toxic chemical on its own and may pose a threat to human health depending on various exposure and individual factors,” said Carman, who described the ambient air in the affected spill region as a “soup of toxic chemicals.”

The study comes only a week after another independent test performed by Opflex Solutions on nearby Lake Conway disputed ExxonMobil’s claims that bitumen heavy crude oil had not reached the lake.


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