ShaleTest News Blast: Video shows massive VOC leaks from Chesapeake Fort Worth Facility

October 31, 2012

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The video you are about to watch was shot by members of ShaleTest with a FLIR GasFindIR camera on October 30, 2012. What you are seeing is not steam, but CHEMICALS. This is a video of a produced water tank that is located at a Chesapeake natural gas compressor station along the Trinity River near downtown Fort Worth, TX. The odor from these emissions was horrible. This facility is located directly next to a public park and a large community.

Human health and environmental justice is a basic need of humanity and our goal is to provide this through responsible and informed scientific testing. ShaleTest only uses nationally certified laboratories with chain of custody certification. The testing results are provided to the client free of charge to use as best needed to improve their quality of life – whether for legal purposes, to petition for a fresh water supply, or to simply remove their children from a bad situation.

Environmental testing is very expensive. ShaleTest is 100% funded by your tax-deductible donation and ShaleTest’s efforts are 100% volunteer. For every $250 collected ShaleTest is able to provide air testing for those negatively affected by natural gas development.

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Thank you for your support, The ShaleTest Team


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