Cleveland Enviro Group Pushes for More Chemical Disclosure at Fracking Sites

Columbus Dispatch: Disclosure of complete chemical information before oil and gas companies break ground on a fracking site could better prepare emergency-response teams for the worst fires, a Cleveland-based environmental and consumer organization said yesterday. Based on its study of a Monroe County well-pad fire in June, the nonprofit Ohio Citizen Action Education Fund, which opposes fracking, came up with recommendations for state government to clarify chemical-disclosure laws for oil and gas companies working......

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