Tell NM Environment Department: No use of fracking wastewater outside oil fields!

Tell NM Environment Department: No use of fracking wastewater outside oil fields!
You may know that drillers inject water underground to release oil and gas during fracking. The industrial waste that comes back up is called "produced water," and it is contaminated both by the chemicals that companies put into it and ... Read More

Right to Harm: film screening November 9

Right to Harm: film screening November 9
Right to Harm is a film exposé on the public health impact of factory farming across the United States, told through the eyes of residents in five rural communities ... Read More

Press: NM begins discussion on reusing wastewater from fracking

Press: NM begins discussion on reusing wastewater from fracking
State agencies held the first public meeting about “produced water” Tuesday in Albuquerque ... Read More

Fracking wastewater in our water, rivers and food?

Fracking wastewater in our water, rivers and food?
You may know that the oil & gas industry injects water underground to release oil and gas during fracking. Companies have to figure out what to do with this wastewater. Ideally, they reuse it on the oil fields instead of ... Read More
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