Almost 3 billion gallons of oil industry wastewater have been illegally dumped into central California aquifers that supply drinking water and farming irrigation, according to state documents obtained by the Center for Biological Diversity. The wastewater entered the aquifers through at least nine injection disposal wells used by the oil industry to dispose of waste contaminated with fracking fluids and other pollutants.
High levels of arsenic, thallium and nitrates were also found in water-supply wells around waste-disposal locations. These, of course, have yet to be tested to find out the true nature of their relationship to the waste-management facilities nearby.
The state Water Board confirmed beyond doubt that at least nine wastewater disposal wells have been injecting waste into aquifers that contain high-quality water that is supposed to be protected under federal and state law.
Thallium is an extremely toxic chemical commonly used in rat poison. Arsenic is a toxic chemical that can cause cancer. Some studies show that even low-level exposure to arsenic in drinking water can compromise the immune system’s ability to fight illness.
“Arsenic and thallium are extremely dangerous chemicals,” said Timothy Krantz, a professor of environmental studies at the University of Redlands. “The fact that high concentrations are showing up in multiple water wells close to wastewater injection sites raises major concerns about the health and safety of nearby residents.”
Coke Reins In Executive Pay After Warren Buffett Calls It Excessive
Yeah, maybe positioned well for the black market.
won't even cover Mr. McGuire's salary
What a CROCK!
Item 3.02 Unregistered Sales of Equity Securities.
On September 15, 2014, Ecosphere Technologies, Inc. (the "Company") entered into a $1,000,000 one-year bridge loan transaction with a large non-affiliated shareholder. The bridge loan provides the Company and its intellectual property brokerage firm, ICAP Patent Brokerage, sufficient time to seek to monetize part of the Company's intellectual property portfolio.
and aware of your prior history, well known napoleon complex, and refusal to acknowledge that this is a public company that should not be run as your personal piggy bank.
Typical statement from one of the biggest pumpers on this board. What good is a message board if the posters only slap fellow pumpers on the back, post inaccurate and false information, and ridicule any poster who has the audacity to have a different opinion of this company?
Correctly answer this question and you will know why this company is failing: Why did Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, John P. Brewster, suddenly leave ecosphere on March 12, 2013, after only three months?
Correctly answer this question and you will know why this company is floundering: Why did Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, John P. Brewster, suddenly leave ecosphere on March 12, 2013, after only three months?
We can only hope. Keep your fingers crossed. Google the title, or go to Michael Brower's Huffington Post blog.
Compound question, mr. The initial written offer was $80,000,000. The offer was made on October 9, 2009.
The initial written offer was $80,000,000 (not 300 million). The offer was made on October 9, 2009.
So that's your research, badger, "according to Peter?" You have absolutely no credibility. Between Peter, the lid, and esph's soon to be windfall with the government concerning Lake Okeechobee and the Indian River Lagoon, you have pumped yourself out.
Binding or not binding, the decision can still be appealed to a real court. Just take a look at HAL's website and check out the arbitration decisions that are on appeal.
Just trying to help, Eagle. I am trying to make current and new investors aware of some major mistakes that I made when I was pumping this company like a pimp (like you and badger are doing now). Anyone can review any of my posted remarks going back to about 2009, so if you've got the time, read my positions and their evolution over time. Honestly, I don't think you or badger know the history and background of Dennis McGuire and his gang. It appears to me that it's ancient history to you guys and you can't be bothered to go back and research the roots from which this company sprang. Eagle, why do you automatically accept this report as true ? Just because you claim, it claims, it's independent.? No questioning? No research? No attempt to determine if McGuire and the boys have presented this same scenario in the past? Surely you don't suffer from the delusion and believe that just because a document appears on the internet, claiming that it is "independent", (and by implication, unbiased), it should be accepted as true?
I've done the research but that doesn't help you or badger, because ya'll have gleams in your eyes of treasure. Ya'll ignore any facts that indicate this may be a big ole scam.