Wednesday, April 7, 2010

EPA to expand hydraulic fracking study

The EPA may expand it's study to include human health effects, water resource effects and air quality.

Here is a few paragraph from the
E & E news article.

"I don't think this study should only be about drinking water," said panel member Arpad Horvath, an engineering professor at the University of California, Berkeley. "In the spirit of the life-cycle analysis, it should not ignore other environmental and human health assessments. It should be looking at human health effects, water resource effects, air quality."

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Ewwwwww, I thought this day would never come, I totally agree with someone from Berkeley. Icky, Icky.