Would You Drink That Water?

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A farmer in Nebraska asks a pro-fracking committee member to honor his word of drinking water from a fracking location.

And the oil exec just sit there, unwilling to even answer a simple question because the answer is obvious. NOOO!

A farmer in Nebraska asking a pro-fracking committee member to honor his word of drinking water from a fracking location from r/PublicFreakout

This video cut is part of longer footage that was shot four years ago during a hearing on Fracking Wastewater Well in Sioux County, NE.

The Nebraska Oil & Gas Conservation Commission was hearing on an out-of-state company’s application to export its toxic fracking wastewater into Nebraska, moving 80 truckloads carrying 10,000 barrels per day of pollution destined to be dumped into a disposal well in Sioux County and thus transferring all the risk onto Nebraska farmers and ranchers.

Actually, I wouldn’t drink any highly filtered tap water in the red zones on the map below, because, they are highly contaminated by fracking polluants and chemicals.

Fracking is turning our beautiful America into a toxic hell! And this map shows where you shouldn't drink tap water in the US
Fracking is turning our beautiful America into a toxic hell! And this map shows where you shouldn’t drink tap water in the US

My answer would be no! I would not drink that fracking water! What about you?

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Well in case of major ER from Corona to Earthquakes fires and storms. floods, icing , etc, please do not forget your urine is clear and harmless and people whom survived quakes all tell us they drunk their urine for survival and hydration.

  2. In western north Dakota and Eastern Montana water disposal wells are over 4,000 ft. deep, and inject the water into the Inyan Kara (Dakota) sandstone down there. THere are so many geological strata and seals between that formation and the aquifers much nearer the surface that the only way fracwater could end up in someone’s water well is if it got spilled on the ground, something which there are safeguards against, even in the design of a production location.
    If we’d worry about something, maybe the use of agricultural chemicals washing into the water supply at the surface, because those are applies all over, and would be carried by rainfall or snowmelt into the rivers which serve as the water supply for much of the region.

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