Who Should Regulate Fracking?
Subscribe For Updates
Type: Law Bulletins Date: 04/04/2012
Fracking is the process of injecting water, sand, and chemicals into deep geological formations at high pressures to create fractures that free the flow of oil or gas. The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the states, and even local governments are attempting to regulate hydraulic fracturing (or “fracking”), but where do those efforts stand?
To read a brief summary of what has been newsworthy of late, please read Bill Wagner's recent blog post on Commonground.
In This Article
You May Also Like
EPA Publishes Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking for Listing Additional PFAS Chemicals as Hazardous Substances Under CERCLA EPA Proposes New Strategy for Regulating PFAS in Drinking Water