Important collections of history and data and practices of failure of our systems for disposing of wastes. This supplements the stories from "Gasland" and provide other instances that parallel the leaks of toxic radioactive wastes into the groundwater at Hanford. There the source of the poison is hard to dispute.
one EPA scientist acknowledged shortcomings in the way the agency oversees the injection program.
“It’s assumed that the monitoring rules and requirements are in place and are protective — that’s assumed,” said Gregory Oberley, an EPA groundwater specialist who studies injection and water issues in the Rocky Mountain region. “You’re not going to know what’s going on until someone’s well is contaminated and they are complaining about it.”