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Socma urges caution as EPA considers fracking disclosure rule

11:45 AM MDT | September 26, 2014 | Lindsay Frost

Socma (Washington) has called on EPA to strike a balance between transparency and protecting trade secrets as it formulates proposed rules on the disclosure of hydraulic fracturing chemicals.  Socma says that protecting trade secrets is critical and that "transparency done the wrong way can lead to mining from foreign competitors before chemicals enter commerce." The result could cost US jobs and product manufacture outside the reach of US law, says Bill Allmond, Socma v.p./government and public relations; and Dan Newton, senior...

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