Tell U.S. EPA: redo your study on fracking and drinking water contamination

Thousands of drinking water contamination complaints from Pennsylvanians went unanalyzed in the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's controversial study on fracking. In their 2015 draft report, the EPA ambiguously concluded that fracking does not have widespread impacts on drinking water.But new research, like the recent study from Stanford University, continues to emerge and link fracking to drinking water pollution.

Tell EPA to revisit its draft report on fracking and drinking water contamination, and conduct further research to protect communities' health and environment.