Ohio Group Sounds Alarm on Frack Waste, But Company Says Its Unwarranted

From Columbus Business First:
A soil recycling company has been thrown into the middle of a controversy over the disposal of drill cuttings from oil and natural gas wells, with its owner saying critics of the process are misinformed.
The issue has come to a head because of a billboard recently posted along James Road near Bexley that reads, “Don’t Frack My Water, Protect Columbus” and sends people to RadioactiveWasteAlert.org, which says Ohio has become “the radioactive waste dump for the oil and gas industry.”
“There are a lot of misconceptions unfortunately,” said Chris Elliott, founder and owner of Ohio Soil Recycling LLC off Alum Creek Drive on Columbus’ southeast side. “People are not fully informed, and there are a lot of people who don’t like fracking.”
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