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.
This 2012DNR 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.
Texas Brine put out a fact sheet Dec. 18 that backtracks from their recent musing that there is no more gas coming up. It also claims the salt dome is stable and, presumably, the cap rock is not fracturing into chunks and falling apart. They repeat their assurances that are contradicted by the helicorders.
The executive charged in a West Virginia chemical spill that left 300,000 people without drinking water lied about his role with the involved company to protect his personal wealth of nearly $8 million from lawsuits, according to an FBI affidavit.