Ohio's EPA extends deadline for companies to disclose fracking chemicals

11/3/2013 | Marietta Times (Ohio), The

The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency has given energy companies until Dec. 15 to report on hazardous materials that they use for hydraulic fracturing. The original deadline was Nov. 15, but the agency's State Emergency Response Commission said energy companies needed more time to complete their reports. The requirement is in line with the federal Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act, which mandates energy firms to report on-site hazardous chemicals that exceed 10,000 pounds.

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