The new online map identifies more than 1,100 sites processing fracking waste in multiple states and allows citizens to see the amount of waste taken each year at facilities near their home or school and disposed of in their watershed. Most of this waste is also transported on public roads. . . . The new report is based on a comprehensive review of oil and gas waste data that is sent to the state by oil and gas companies as well as the municipal and private waste disposal facilities that receive liquid and solid fracking waste.
FULL STORY published September 11, 2019 via PA Environment Digest