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Arlington Revising GW Ordinance as More Stringent is a Lip Mover

UPDATE May 2019 On May 22, 2019 the second reading being placed on the consent agenda was passed without incident to the second part changes to our Gas Well Ordinance. I have an earlier blog from 2016 asking for ordinance … Continue reading

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Houston we have a FLINT problem BUT Arlington doesn’t

—– Forwarded Message —– From: Craig Cummings <Craig.Cummings@arlingtontx.gov> To: kim feil <kimfeil@sbcglobal.net> Sent: Monday, October 22, 2018 1:49 PM Subject: RE: Lead testing going from 6 months to every 3 years Kim, The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (“TCEQ”) was requested by the City … Continue reading

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Make that 11 worker (VOC related inhalation) deaths

UPDATE (void of a darned autopsy) here ya go. Click this link for my details on the worker/storage tank VOC exposure “quick” deaths noting a recent publication ….“Public health researchers have indicated that the airborne chemicals that killed the workers also raise … Continue reading

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NIOSH/CDC study = HEY dat’s ol’ BENZENE in dem’ dare’ #fracking flowback tanks!

Here is the link to the CDC/NIOSH study released 8/21/14 on the Benzene exposure to workers during flowback. In my comment I speak of how closed, pressurized, ventless flowback tanks should be the energy standard, not open hatch tanks. State Impact … Continue reading

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