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Frack Plant Needs Studied

March 25, 2013

Wheeling officials are right to exercise caution over GreenHunter Water’s proposal to build a frack water recycling plant in Warwood....

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mikeyd

Mar-26-13 8:02 AM

the fact that we aren't allowed to know what is in this stuff makes me not trust these people.all they want to do is dump it in the river.too many accidents with these companies.

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WVUGEO

Mar-25-13 1:08 PM

"There could be a leak. There could be a truck accident. Then, who knows what could end up in our water supply," she (Councilwoman Gloria Delbrugge) said. "I just don't think this is a good idea." As can be seen in: "'Fracking' Brine: Gas-well Waste Full Of Radium'; Columbus Dispatch; September 3, 2012", one answer to Councilwoman Delbrugge's prudent doubts about what might be in the frack wastes is radium, which will preferentially accumulate in your bones, give you cancer, and send, through your damaged chromosomes, horrifying diseases, disfigurements and disabilities to your grandchildren. It is far worse than just not being "a good idea".

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promo61

Mar-25-13 10:46 AM

Funny reading about present day concern about the river when you consider all the c r a p (literally) that has gone into it in the past. It's necessary I suppose, but denying potential industry growth based solely on that concern is hyperreactive.

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