Pennsylvania wants to use fracking waste as road salt

Feb 6, 2013 Full story: Daily Kos

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett has a cozy relationship with shale gas drilling operations in the state.

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Philo T Beddoh

Harrisburg, PA

#1 Feb 7, 2013
Wow, you could knock me over with a feather, am I ever shocked? I'd thought they'd have outsourced youthful offender convicts oiling the drought cracked inner city streets & playgrounds with it, or included in the school lunch programs? Self heating scrapple? I thought PA's old plan to have 300K residents of Allegheny CO, process 'produced water' with their intestinal flora & fauna and let Ohio worry about it thereafter was working out just fine?
OldBoySmokeFille d

Bryn Mawr, PA

#2 Mar 23, 2013
Oh, I'm sorry I thought you were talking about all the salt they waste frequently leaving bucket sized piles in streets and parking lots. Or dump extra unnecessary salt because one of the residents on that street cried to their local politicians anxious to do personal favors for votes.
Ken

Buckingham, VA

#3 Apr 1, 2013
Unbelievable! I wouldn't be surprised if Tom Corbett is dispersing Ray Gricar's body with the "road salt" too!

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