Fracking uses a lot of lake and river water. A new study finds less than a tenth of it ever gets recycled.
Anti-fracking groups have stepped up their advocacy after massive flooding released oil and fracking waste into the state’s water.
In the midst of this month’s floods in Colorado, anti-fracking advocates kept their eyes on oil and gas drilling operations in the state, raising the alarm of concern over hundreds of thousands of gallons of fracking fluid and oil that made their way into floodwaters. Now, those advocates are using the flood to highlight the dangers of