If you’re concerned about the health impacts of oil and gas drilling, fracking, etc., the State of Colorado has a new resource for you. The Colorado Oil and Gas Health Information and Response Program is a program of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment by which you can report health concerns regarding oil and gas, as well as find data, read FAQs, and more. The program website contains a “Health Concern Form” that is fully confidential. The site also contains a “Clearinghouse of Information” with resources on air and water quality, oil and gas production, and regulations. Finally, the site contains FAQs for people who live near oil and gas development sites or otherwise have concerns about health risks from oil and gas production.
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