10 Oct 2012 proclus   » (Master)

Halliburton lost what?

Dear Friend,

Unbelievable. For nearly a month, Halliburton lost a radioactive rod
used in the process of fracking wells in Texas after it apparently
just fell off a truck. That's right. Fell. Off. A. Truck.

What will it take for major corporations like Halliburton to stop
treating our safety like it was just a speed bump along their way to
obscene profits from fracking?

It will take levying major fines on a corporation, when it makes
reckless, unbelievable mistakes.

Tell the Nuclear Regulatory Commission: Hold Halliburton accountable
for its carelessness with radioactive material.


Syndicated 2012-10-10 15:51:00 (Updated 2012-10-10 15:51:38) from proclus

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