Requiring an applicant for a specified permit for the hydraulic fracturing of a well for the exploration or production of natural gas to submit specified information to the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene in a specified manner; establishing the Hydraulic Fracturing Chemical Education and Impact Fund to address the potential health risks associated with chemicals used in hydraulic fracturing; establishing a maximum civil penalty of $100,000 for each specified violation of the Act; etc.
Bill File Type: Regular
Effective Date(s): October 1, 2016
|Date Posted||Document Name|
|1/28/2016||Text - First - Public Health - Hydraulic Fracturing Chemicals - Information and Fund|
( 22-701 through 22-707 )
( 6-226 )
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