Oil and gas plants may have to report toxic releases

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Oil and gas plants may have to report toxic releases

Proposed EPA rules for oil and gas industry is commonplace in other industries
The Williams natural gas-processing plant on La Plata County Road 307 southeast of Durango may be subject to proposed EPA rules that would require oil- and gas-processing plants to publicly report toxic chemicals they release.
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To view the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed rules, visit https://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/FR-2017-01-06/pdf/2016-31921.pdf

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Oil and gas plants may have to report toxic releases

The Williams natural gas-processing plant on La Plata County Road 307 southeast of Durango may be subject to proposed EPA rules that would require oil- and gas-processing plants to publicly report toxic chemicals they release.
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