You will note In Frac Sand Fracing we have tons of water also used for the sand their is ABSOLUTELY NO CONTROL OVER THOSE FLUIDS. They can only hope this fracking process will increase the quantity of gas extracted together with the retrieved fluid (By the way, the amount of fracking fluid retrieved is only 20%to a maximum maybe of 50%). Continue reading Frac Sand Mines and Fluids
Frac-sand corporations count on a combination of naivete, trust, and incomprehension in rural hamlets, that previously dealt with companies no larger than Wisconsin’s local sand and gravel industries. Before 2008, town boards had never handled anything beyond road maintenance and other basic municipal issues.
Do we want these types of water shortages in Wisconsin with Frac Sand mines using millions of gallons of water to process silica sand . In Jackson County alone with two It promises to be 2,000 acres with 2 processing plants. There are over 100 Frac Sand mines operating permitted in Western Wisconsin. Give us a like if you want more facts on water consumption per Frac Sand mine. June 2013
The Penokee Hills moving forward on The worlds largest Taconite Mine coming to Penokee Hills also offers another form of water consumption. This is picture is of the Penokee Hills Courtesy of Penokee Hills Education Project and IdleNoMore Wisconsin
In addition to severe drought conditions, relatively large areas in the worst-off states are in “exceptional” drought, which the USDA identifies as “exceptional and widespread crop/pasture losses, shortages of water in reservoirs, streams, and wells creating water emergencies.” Courtesy of Huffington Post
WATER NOT THE ONLY RESOURCE AT RISK: AIR QUALITY WILL SUFFER IF MINE IS BUILT:
Answers: (1) Blasting on the scale they intend will require millions of pounds of ANFO explosives, the same stuff that blew up in West, Texas; (2) the ultra-fine particulates are less than 1/100th the diameter of a human hair, i.e. the size of a virus and the human body can’t stop something that small from entering the body; (3) the ultra-fine particulates will contain Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon (PAH) toxins. They are LOADED with them;
Taconite Mining INFO:
The most alarming aspect of DNR’s budget request is what it does not include: staff allocations for iron mining permitting and oversight. The mining deregulation bill that was passed earlier this month has eased the way for an enormous mountain top removal project on the shores of Lake Superior in a water-rich environment. Groundwater modeling, rock characterization and other aspects of the permitting process for such a large project are extremely complicated, yet there is absolutely no budget for DNR staff to carry out these tasks should a permit application be submitted.
Curtesy of the Progressive.org
Under WI Governor Walkers “gang” the DNR in Wisconsin is looking like big money corporations hiding what’s really going on.
Urban Milwaukee confirms this causes confusion about the consensus view of experts worldwide.
DNR spokesperson James Dick told the Journal Sentinel that the climate change language revisions “reflects our position on this topic that we have communicated for years, that our agency regularly must respond to a variety of environmental and human stressors from drought, flooding, wind events to changing demographics.”
President of the alliance for the Great Lakes Joel Bammeier explains he does not understand why the DNR made the climate change revisions
“To me, it looks like they are trying to cover up a debate that really isn’t happening.”
Journal Sentinel explains
“The DNR now says the subject is a matter of scientific debate”
Part of the language change hidden is that scientists agree the Great Lakes region will see longer summers and shorter winters, decreased ice cover and changes in rain and snow patterns if climate change continues.
Updated : host Madison releases an article an hour ago stating
“Despite a series of surveys showing 97 percent or more of working climate scientists agree humans are causing the dramatic changes in temperature and weather”
DNR land sales
Parcels currently under review are located in 37 counties and total approximately 5,300 acres – for more information visit dnr.wi.gov and search keywords “land sales.”
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