Posted by: Sandy Steinman | May 27, 2022

California Water Regulators Still Haven’t Considered the Growing Body of Research on the Risks of Oil Field Wastewater 

Inside Climate News reports

The Central Valley Water Board says such “produced water” is safe for irrigating crops in Kern County but never reviewed its long-term impacts on plants, soil, crops and wildlife. “We know enough to know we better be careful,” one scientist said.

Read more California Water Regulators Still Haven’t Considered the Growing Body of Research on the Risks of Oil Field Wastewater – Inside Climate News


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