Fracking relies on toxic chemicals that cause cancer. (Source)

Amy Smart

Fracking fluid is about 99 percent water, with the remaining one percent made up of additives like sand, corrosion-inhibitors and “surfactants,” which reduce the surface tension between oil and water to help the resources flow freely. Many of these are also found under your kitchen sink. The use of these chemicals, however, has been shown not to be a risk to human health, nor increase the likelihood of cancer

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