Fracking uses a surprising number of chemicals that can contaminate ground water and the air around drilling sites. The chemicals often do not have anywhere to go except in to lakes and streams or run off on the ground where it can affect groundwater. The chemicals can also be carried in the air and be harmful to surrounding areas.
Fracking also uses hundreds of thousands of gallons of water at each site. The water that is used is also completely contaminated and can not be recycled in any way. This also makes it harder for the chemicals used to be disposed of properly because they just end up flowing away with the water.
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