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From news release:
A new study by the Harvard Environmental Law Program’s Policy Initiative reveals serious deficiencies in the disclosure practices of FracFocus, a widely-used website that allows companies to voluntarily disclose the hydraulic fracturing chemicals they use in the process of natural gas drilling known as “fracking.”
Currently, 18 states require some amount of fracturing chemicals disclosure. Of those, 11 direct or allow companies to report chemical use on FracFocus. The report found that the dependence on FracFocus as a regulatory compliance tool is misplaced or premature.
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