Not only are such injection wells a concern because of earthquakes, but there are many other reasons…
Investigative journalists Joshua Pribanic and Melissa Troutman interview industry giants and advocates, studied exclusive reports with impacted landowners, and uncovered state documents and expert testimonies on their journey to explore the fracking industry and shed light on fracking’s impact on our drinking water.
Tour Teppan Lake area in Harrison County… leave Cleveland at 8 a.m. and plan to be out most of the day (travel to & from, touring sites, lunch).
AUG 10 (Garretsville), AUG 24 (Kirtland) & SEPT 7 (Hiram). The main focus of the series will be to discuss the importance of citizen involvement and how to comment on proposed Ohio Department of Natural Resources rules.
In lieu of a mid-summer meeting, FaCT – Faith Communities Together for Frac Awareness will be participating in a major demonstration against the use of Class II injection wells for the disposal of toxic/radioactive frack waste.
Tuesday, June 18th from 9am to 5pm let’s keep the phone lines busy and let our elected representatives know that we don’t want Ohio to be a toxic dumping ground!
Rex Tillerson, Chairman of Exxon Mobil is presenting at the City Club. Perhaps attending and asking questions supportive of clean energy will help the environmental movement. You are welcome to register to attend.
FaCT is profoundly concerned about the recent "agreement" between frackers and so-called "environmentalists" to establish a "Center for Sustainable Shale Development/CSSD," which is to develop voluntary standards for the fracking industry to follow.
At minimum – where wells have been allowed – county and township officials should have emergency evacuation plans in place in case of emergency.
You are invited to participate in our larger FaCT meeting Saturday, March 23 in Hiram, at the Hiram Christian Church, 6868 W. Wakefield Rd., from 11 AM to 1 PM. FaCT works on preventing and stopping fracking.