Frac sand mining, processing, and trans-load still pose major issues in Wisconsin. On June 5, the Hudson, WI City Council heard testimony from citizens and others about processing sand. Follow this meeting at the link below:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tNuf9Mjx2Ic *** In addition, the USGS has published a scientific study on the impact of injection wells and fracking waste on streams.  Be certain to take a look at it. The findings are significant.  While WI does not have hydraulic fracturing activity, it is worthwhile knowing what is occurring in areas where the silica from WI is sent to open up the earth and pollute water supplies to obtain fossil fuel energy. https://www.usgs.gov/news/evidence-unconventional-oil-and-gas-wastewater-found-surface-waters-near-underground-injection   Pat Popple   715-723-6398       sunnyday5@charter.net Welcome to the Frac Sand Sentinel, a newsletter highlighting resource links, news media accounts, blog posts, correspondence, observations and opinions gathered regarding local actions on, and impacts of, the developing frac sand mining and processing industries. 

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Steve is a web designer and recently retired from running the hosting and development company Cruiskeen Consulting LLC. Cruiskeen Consulting LLC is the parent company of Wis.Community, and publication of this site continues after his retirement.

Steve is a member of LION Publishers and the Local Media Consortium, is active in Health Dunn Right, and is vice-president of the League of Women Voters of the greater Chippewa Valley

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