NOFRAC On Frack Wastewater Ponds in NS

no fracking around, time to send the political class to the fracking mill, they are attempting to destroy our enjoyment of everything

The Harbinger

Statement about Wastewater Ponds
Posted on January 31, 2014 by Nofrac

Triangle Petroleum’s remaining waste water pond in Kennetcook, Nova Scotia

The wastewater ponds in Kennetcook are the result of fracking activities that started in 2007 during Triangle Petroleum’s exploration for natural gas. It is unfortunate that these ponds remain, and that they continue to cause problems for residents in this area. NOFRAC has found that wastewater is a very complex and difficult issue associated with fracking, and to our knowledge has no simple solution.  The wastewater ponds came to be and remain in Kennetcook because of insufficient consideration of the short-term and long-term impacts of fracking wastewater. We look forward to seeing progress toward meaningful consultation between the government and this community, to alleviate the problem of the wastewater ponds, and to discuss broader issues associated with fracking in Nova Scotia.

 We are very pleased that a community group in the…

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