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Energy. Environment. Economy.

“So, is Dimock’s Water Really Safe to Drink?”

Dimock residents who recently received test results are confused by the EPA’s announcement that their water is safe to drink. Some of the results include high levels of methane, and chemicals associated with drilling.


When the Environmental Protection Agency announced last week that tests showed the water is safe to drink in Dimock, Penn., a national hot spot for concerns about fracking, it seemed to vindicate the energy industry’s insistence that drilling had not caused pollution in the area.

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