For any people who care to take the stand in front of the EPA regarding their experiences with hydrofracking, the big day is August 12th. The EPA wants to hear information that relates to key study elements:
* data & information on impacts
* chemical fate & transport issues
* case studies (site-specific nominations are welcome)
* monitoring needs pre, during, post drilling
* issues of well integrity
They are also interested in resources from organizations, and should be encouraged to use citizen-based science/data gathered on the ground.
For registration information, please go to
For more information on the meetings, visit:
Each person will get 2 minutes to speak, and if you can make it you really should, since the "other" side will do their best to fill the auditorium with loud, pro-drilling voices.