On Thursday, August 18th, there was a huge release in Dalworthing Gardens, Texas. When the TCEQ arrived, the Toxic Vapor Analyzer registered 1,229 ppm of VOCs. <–eyes bulge out and jaw drops–> Health effects were reported by residents and by the TCEQ investigator.
Here’s what America’s Natural Gas Association ANGA did for you this month, so far…
- August 2nd – Huge release in Argyle – Bartonville causes many reports of health effects and several evacuations.
- August 6 & 7 – Huge release/spill in Dish, Texas causes many to evacuate. Odor detected for 10 miles.
- August 18th – Huge release in Dalworthing Gardens, and I do mean huge, causes health effects.
- Untold quantities of GHG released to contribute to Global Warming.
What’s next, ANGA? We have 11 days left.
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Same thing has been going on in Booger County!