While it is uncertain to me whether they have come to any sort of conclusion at this point, the EPA has been holding hearings regarding hydrofracking and its effects on environmental lifecycles. Assuming the EPA is actively carrying out its duties and goals for better environmental protection, I would imagine based on the attached article that they would not think too highly of hydrofracking. The article references a report put out by Riverkeeper, reporting numerous accounts of illegal procedures, water contamination and surface water spills to name a few.
If it was my job to enforce environmental protection, a report like this would definitely make me think less of hydrofracking.
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