Remember the condensate spill at Aruba Petroleum’s Barnett Shale gas well where the condensate tank overflowed for 12 hours because no one would respond to emergency calls? You can see videos HERE.
Here are the test results from that spill:
That’s some pretty nasty stuff! But, no worries! The Texas Railroad Commission was on the scene to make sure none of the runoff from that nasty stuff will end up in your drinking water. Aruba covered it up with nice, clean sand. The TRC thinks that’s a fine way to handle toxic spills because Aruba has done the same thing for 3 of the 4 other toxic spills at this same site. The exception being the drilling mud spill which was hosed off so the toxins were washed away, right into the Denton Creek.
Please note the similarity in the above chemicals and the chemicals found in DISH resident’s blood, urine and drinking water. Yet, the state is trying to say the chemicals in DISH could have come from other sources.
You might find it interesting to note… never mind. I found a more extensive list and I’m checking it.
P. S. I got one of these with the extra filters that filter out BTEX. That’s not a recommendation though, just FYI.