Industrial Energy Savings ColoradoE.M.G. Energy Management Group (Eco. department)

Use of our precious resource

 

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How much water is used during the fracking process?

Generally 1-8 million gallons of water may be used to frack a well. A well may be fracked up to 18 times.

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Landowners in shale gas drilling areas have reported foul smells in tap water, and toxic chemicals, such as benzene, have been detected in water from wells near drilling sites. In some cases, tap water can even be set aflame because it is contaminated with volatile chemicals because of shale gas drilling.

How Fracking Can Affect Your Community And What You Can Do About It

Once a communities water system is made toxic, property values plummet. Homeowners end up with homes that can’t be sold at anywhere near their original value. They are forced to live in their un-sellable homes and continue to be exposed to the toxic environment. Fracking can compromise public health and environmental quality.
 
Join with E.M.G. to protect your family, your home, and your community from the misuse and possible contamination of our limited water supply.

Find out the facts today and take action.
For information, well testing, or to donate to the action committee contact:
E.M.G. Energy Management Group
4255 South Buckley Rd. suite 172 Aurora Co. 80013.
303-731-7859

Protect your water future
DANGER :         Water Contamination From Hydraulic Fracturing
Landowners in shale gas drilling areas have reported foul smells in tap water, and toxic chemicals, such as benzene, have been detected in water from wells near drilling sites. In some cases, tap water can even be set aflame because it is contaminated with volatile chemicals because of shale gas drilling.
Colorado….In Colorado, hydraulic fracturing is being blamed for causing residents’ well water to burst into flames. The phenomena was recently showcased in the HBO documentary “GasLand”, when one Weld County homeowner was shown igniting the water coming out of a faucet with a bic lighter. Many homeowners in Weld believe methane gas has migrated into their water wells as a result of fracking operations.  
E.M.G. will send a technician to your home to take a sample of your water and certify that the sample was taken in accordance with guidelines at the time and date listed on a computerized master list.
This sample can be stored (no testing) for future comparison for 3 yrs…..$39.95
This is necessary to protect your future claim, but is not a guarantee that the courts of the future will accept this as proof your well was not contaminated in the past.
Research has found there are common chemicals in almost all fracking fluids, Benzene, Methanol, Isopropanol, butoxyethanol, and diesel.
Testing:   Homeowner will receive a letter stating the date water testing was  completed and the basic results. (Independent, certified testing lab.)
Testing package 1. $120. Benzene
Testing package 2. $175. Methanol, Isopropanol
Testing package 3. $495. Benzene, Methanol, Isopropanol, butoxyethanol,Deisel.

Fracking uses MILLIONS of gallons of our precious water per well. Help us fight fracking in Colorado. Donate what you can afford to protect our natural resource. Checks payable to E.M.G. We must inform our legislature of our opposition to fracking.