Tuesday, July 22, 2014

SAB Pushes To Advise EPA To Conduct Toxicity Tests In Fracking Study

Some members of EPA's science advisory board (SAB) are urging a panel charged with reviewing EPA's hydraulic fracturing study plan to amend draft advice that EPA avoid conducting new toxicity studies of drilling chemicals, saying the toxicity testing is critical to the study's goal of understanding potential drinking water impacts of the practice.

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