Anyone in the U.S. can comment. Time is running out. Would you want poisonous waste directly underground or nearby where you live? It can, and has, seeped out into the environment, water supply, nearby farmlands..
This regards "two new wells to inject poisonous waste from fracking (known as flowback) deep underground in western Pennsylvania, We are urging EPA to reject permits for both wells."
psst: if it’s Jan. 1st and you think you missed it — try anyway. The EPA folks responsible for this comment period, trying to be accessible, said, “we don’t usually turn comments away if they’re a couple days late.”
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