If your county or municipality does not yet have a fracking waste ban: Reach out to your local legislature
Contact your local representative and talk with them about your concerns. This can be your local county, city, or town representative.
Some local legislatures also have environment committees that may welcome the chance to talk with you. Or you may be able to share your concerns during a regular meeting of your county legislature, city council, or town board.
Share information about fracking waste and other county bans
Share information with and organize others in your community who share your concerns.
Look for existing community groups who are active in your area and can help you share information and resources.
Write an op-ed in your local newspaper to help educate your community.