EPA Science Advisory Board raises fresh questions about fracing study

The US Environmental Protection Agency's Science Advisory Board (SAB) raised fresh questions on Aug. 11 as it completed its peer review of the agency's June 2015 draft of the its study on potential impacts from hydraulic fracturing for oil and gas on drinking water supplies.

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