No Evidence of Drilling Chemicals Found in Montrose Water
When the floodgates of industry opened to tap the natural gas resources of the Pennsylvania landscape, many towns saw a massive influx of machinery, out-of-town workers, and trucks dramatically change what were once peaceful rural towns. With the large economic boom that ensued, so too did a rapid increase in concern for our water supply and protection of Pennsylvania's natural resources. The United States has a long history of prosperity due to the natural resources industry and also, unfortunately, the negative secondary effects that follow when large sums of money, toxic chemicals and heavy machinery converge upon once quaint towns.
The Scranton Times-Tribune reports that Pennsylvanian American Water released records from the past six years showing no trace of "fracking" chemicals. Ongoing legal battles and EPA investigations have been regular news in Marcellus Shale country.
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