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September 12, 2012

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Kim Feil

So did they just vent that flowback after they drilled and fracked? Or is the flowback still in the earth awaiting the pipeline? Even if it is still awaiting flowback, they allow the topflow to vent from those open hatch flowback tanks. That sewery smelling, BTEX riddled, white, steamy clouds of toxic hydrocarbons wafting in the neighborhoods has got to stop! We demand scrubbers for those open hatch flowback tanks.

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