Report: Radioactive Waste from Fracking Plagues Ohio
GRAND RAPIDS, Ohio — Radioactive waste unearthed by hydraulic fracturing is becoming a serious problem in Ohio, a new report claims.
Released Thursday by the FreshWater Accountability Project Ohio, the report was authored by Marvin Resnikoff, a physicist at the University of Michigan and senior associate at Radioactive Waste Management Associates.
Resnikoff points to what he says is a failure to properly dispose of radioactive waste from fracking, saying that these wastes make their way into municipal landfills in Ohio — costing the natural gas industry one-hundredth of what the nuclear industry pays to dispose of similar, low-level radioactive waste.
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