Gustavo Aguirre Jr. stands in front of a noxious "recycling" facility where he and his team takes air samples. A shrine in front of the entrance commemorates two brothers who died of hydrogen sulfide poisoning while working there; a reminder of the dangers of living and working in near fracking facilities.

Fracking Pollutes California Water As Drought Crisis Worsens

As historic mandatory water restrictions go into effect, little attention is being paid to the 2 million gallons of fresh water used daily in California by the oil and gas industry.