Jenny Tesar: Fracking wastes — Liquid or solid, you don’t want them

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Jan 122018
 

To newly constructed holding tanks? To wastewater treatment plants near you? What kind of treatment would be possible, since the mining companies are not required to disclose what chemicals make up their fracking fluids? And after “treatment,” where …

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Satellite spots MASSIVE object hidden under frozen wastes of Antarctica – The Sun

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Dec 292016
 

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Satellite spots MASSIVE object hidden under frozen wastes of Antarctica
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SCIENTISTS believe a massive object which could change our understanding of history is hidden beneath the Antarctic ice. The huge and mysterious “anomaly” is thought to be lurking beneath the frozen wastes of an area called Wilkes Land. A view of …

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Lynn Mitchell Kohn: Fracking wastes water

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Sep 012016
 

Meanwhile in Oklahoma, there has been a dramatic increase in earthquakes in areas pockmarked by deep injection wells used to dispose of the vast amounts of wastewater generated by fracking. Cares advocated expanding fracking into federal lands and reducing …
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Study cuts fracking waste’s radioactivity

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Jan 212014
 

Researchers believe they have found an unlikely way to decrease the radioactivity of some hydraulic fracturing wastewater: Mix it with the hazardous drainage from mining operations. The wastewater is created when some of the chemical-laced water used to …
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Lab Study Cuts Fracking Waste’s Radioactivity

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Jan 142014
 

The metals and radium in the drilling wastewater automatically attract to sulfates — or salts, he explained. “It’s a romance. It’s inevitable it will combine,” said Vengosh, a professor of geochemistry and water quality. Vengosh’s research was …
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