The Hillwood site near the Argyle Intermediate School is preparing to frack the well. Some of the highest levels of toxic compounds have been measured during fracking. Deadly spills have occurred during fracking.
Shale Survival Tools & Medical Info.
Who to call when things go wrong:
National Response Center 800-424-8802 or 202-267-2675 or
The National Response Center (NRC) is the sole federal point of contact for reporting oil and chemical spills. If you have a spill to report, contact us via our toll-free number or check out our Web Site for additional information on reporting requirements and procedures. For those without 800 access, please contact us at 202.267.2675. The NRC operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
EPA “Eyes on Drilling” Tip Line 877-919-4372
Ooh that smell! TCEQ Complaint Hotline: Open for business
Step 1- Print out the attached Odor Log and Nuisance Affidavit forms.
Step 2- Fill out the simple forms, to the best of your recollection, immediately after encountering an odor.
Step 3- Call the toll-free TCEQ Complaint Hotline and register your complaint.
Health effects from the TCEQ odor complaints.
Other health problems
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Tim Ruggiero says
Great advice. The Odor Logs can be monotonous to fill out-BUT- they also work towards enforcement action against the operator. So, if you're being affected, fill out the odor logs, contact the TCEQ, repeat. Squeaky wheel gets the grease.