Those are federal regulations and while there are some exemptions for oil and gas companies, those companies are still fully regulated at the state level. In addition. oil and gas companies are subject to regulation under the Clean Water Act. Do a little reading and look at National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit requirements.Companies engaged in hydrofracking are exempt from the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act and the Safe Drinking Water Act. This is a fact. You're theory that the ingredients in fracking fluid is kept secret in order to protect intellectual property. Is some of the better pro propaganda I have heard. I would have to ask. What's in it for you?
You are spewing the same old tire, misinformed rhetoric of fracking opponents without putting an ounce of effort into thinking for yourself. Whenever I'm driving around and see one of the no fracking signs on someone's front lawn I want to stop and ask them what part of the process they are opposed to. What part of the process exactly are you opposed to and why?