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In Houston, Injection Wells Fuel Fears of Poisoned Drinking Water

Water remains a precious commodity thanks to Texas' record drought. But in Montgomery County in Houston, as Dave Fehling of KUHF News and NPR's StateImpact Texas reports, residents are concerned about a different threat to the water supply: wells used to dispose of toxic waste.

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Water remains a precious commodity thanks to Texas' record drought. But in Montgomery County in Houston, as Dave Fehling of KUHF News and NPR's StateImpact Texas reports, residents are concerned about a different threat to the water supply: wells used to dispose of toxic waste.

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