For Immediate Release
Riverkeeper Releases Industrial Gas Drilling Reporter Volume 7
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. - Riverkeeper released Volume 7 of its Industrial
Gas Drilling Reporter today. The Reporter digests impact stories from
areas already experiencing industrial gas drilling, provides an update
on legislation, links to new reports and studies, and provides
information on how the public can get involved.
"The number of drinking water contamination
incidents, surface spills, air pollution, and other impacts from
industrial gas drilling continues to mount," said James L. Simpson,
Riverkeeper Staff Attorney. "We are now seeing rural communities turned
into fractured communities."
goal is to educate our members and the general public on this important
and dynamic issue, and to help concerned citizens and government
officials make informed decisions as this process moves forward.
Volume 7, and all previous volumes,
are available on Riverkeeper's website: www.riverkeeper.org.
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