EPA Finds Fracking Is Not a Major Threat to Drinking Water

Thu, June 04, 2015

The EPA noted in its release that “hydraulic fracturing activities have not led to widespread, systemic impacts to drinking water resources,” confirming that fracking is a safe process - and contradicting what environmental groups have claimed.

Below is a snapshot of the news coverage, in case you missed it. 

Associated Press – EPA: No widespread harm to drinking water from fracking

Reuters – Fracking poses little risk to drinking water, U.S. EPA finds

Wall Street Journal – Fracking Has Had No ‘Widespread’ Impact on Drinking Water, EPA Finds

CNBC – EPA says no evidence that fracking has 'widespread' impact on drinking water

TIME Magazine – Feds Say Fracking Has Little Impact on U.S. Drinking Water 

POLITICO – EPA finds no ‘widespread’ water pollution from fracking

The Hill – EPA: Fracking is not causing major harm to drinking water