Accepting for a moment your premise that these chemicals will stay put in the ground on a geological time scale
Can’t is easy to disprove.
Parker Thompson

The fracking process leaves NO chemicals in the ground whatsoever. The fracking fluid is ejected and removed from the injection site. The EPA’s concern was that the waste water might be spilled into local rivers and lakes — that would cause pollution. Very yucky. Of course we spill all sorts of dangerous chemicals every time a tanker truck or train has a wreck — part of the risk of a modern society that needs chemicals to exist.

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