Consortium of Individuals and Organizations Protecting Ohio's Water
FreshWater Accountability Project is a nonprofit organization that works to inform and act to protect our fresh water supply from the hazards of unconventional shale drilling, toxic injection wells, and the spreading of "brine" on public roadways.
MORE WATER HAS BEEN DESTROYED BY FRACKING THAN ALL THE WATER POURING OVER NIAGARA FALLS IN 24 HOURS. THIS WATER WILL NEVER RETURN TO THE EARTH'S HYDROLOGIC CYCLE. IT IS DESTROYED FOREVER.
FRACK WASTE CONTAINS WATER SOLUBLE RADIUM 226 AND 228. WE DON'T WANT THIS IN OUR DRINKING WATER!
Learn how to protect our freshwater by:
• Understanding the hazards of the unconventional shale drilling industry • Becoming informed by learning more about the hazards of "fracking" and injection wells. • Getting involved and acting to protect freshwater supplies for the future.
About Our Organization FreshWater Accountability Project is concerned about the state of our freshwater supply.
We began our efforts by holding the Muskingum Watershed Conservancy accountable for the protection valuable public assets, which justified the property tax assessment in the district.
Even though the Conservancy district receives revenue justified by its charge to act for public benefit, the MWCD decided to make tens of millions of dollars in profit by leasing public land for fracking and selling public water for destruction by the industry.
Please contact us today to join in our effort. We encourage everyone who values clean, freshwater for our children's future to help us stop the sale of freshwater supplies for fracking and act to protect our water that remains!