Monday, September 24, 2012

Rural Pennsylvania Grandmothers Star in Global Fracking Debate
Bloomberg News:
The Mannings called state regulators, who first asked WPX to investigate. WPX sent out Jerry Washo, vice president of Resource Environmental Management Inc., a contractor in nearby Montrose. When Washo came to their home, he waved a testing wand near the water coming out of their sink faucet, examined the methane levels and told the Mannings not to use their stove and to open the windows in their bathroom whenever showering so that the gas wouldn’t build up and explode, Tammy Manning said.
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