EPA Extends Public Comments for Frack Chemical Disclosure Rule

In May MDN told you that the federal EPA is making another power play to regulate fracking via the back door–by potentially requiring drillers to disclose chemicals used in drilling to the EPA, using the federal Toxic Substances Control Act as its excuse (see Rogue Federal EPA Tries New Power Play to Regulate Fracking). In May, the EPA issued an Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANPR) which included a 90-day public comment period. The agency has just extended it another 30 days–to 120 days of public comment…

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