DNR Knows the Water is Getting Contaminated from Texas Brine’s Disaster

This 2012 DNR document shows Shaw Group (new name now) did a simulation study on migration of chloride from the Bayou Corne sinkhole into Mississippi River Alluvial Aquifer and it showed the aquifer getting contaminated.

From Shaw Group – Bayou Corne Evaluation of Chloride Migration from Bayou Corne Sinkhole in Mississippi River Alluvial Aquifer (MRAA), November 14, 2012

The study has charts showing the water levels all around Lake FUBAR and beyond.

Also we found this Nov. 2012 report from Isotech showing the amount of methane taken in their samples.

This 2012 DNR map of the area shows how much toxic crud is at risk of getting into the water should there be a big explosion or catastrophe at Lake FUBAR. See east of Lake FUBAR on the map. You can take this 2012 DNR status report and mark it all up with a red pencil.

 

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4 thoughts on “DNR Knows the Water is Getting Contaminated from Texas Brine’s Disaster

  1. For the past two or three weeks I been staying home there one big sheet of ice on the back roads of East Tennessee.

    Over a dozen die in Tennessee as cold snap hits eastern US

    Snow and ice more coming
    https://www.facebook.com/WBIRChannel10

    There more ice and snow coming our way in east Tennessee

    It look like Saturday we in East TN we are going to have a heat wave it’s going to warm up.

    All that wet snow and ice can collapse roofs and bring it down on top of you.

    Winter Storm Watch
    http://www.srh.noaa.gov/wwamap/wwatxtget.php?cwa=RLX&wwa=all

    High On LeConte
    http://www.highonleconte.com/daily-posts

      • You can pick up speed so quietly going downhill like that, it’s not funny at all.
        It’s like you’re on a sled and you have no brakes and there no way of controlling it.
        Look how fast those cars are going down hill.

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