Harvard Study: FracFocus Fails to Provide Adequate Disclosure for Fracking Chemicals

EcoWatch: Thanks to two great stories by E&E’s Mike Soraghan, we know that the Harvard Law School has evaluated FracFocus.org and found government (and the public) shouldn’t rely upon it. In short, Harvard says FracFocus is inadequate for at least three reasons: It is hard to determine when and if companies make disclosures. The data contained within FracFocus isn’t vetted--it consists of whatever the company reports. Secrecy claims made by companies aren’t vetted--FracFocus allows for unchallenged......

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