N.J. Admin. Code § 7:1G-6.14 - Disclosure of information determined not to be a trade secret

Current through Register Vol. 54, No. 7, April 4, 2022

(a) After a trade secret claim has been denied and all appeals and the right to bring an appeal have been exhausted, the Department shall take the following action:
1. Modify the employer's Right to Know Survey or environmental survey, as the case may be, on file with the Department to substitute the omitted information for the trade secret docket or registry number and add the information wherever else appropriate; and
2. Direct the employer to modify the Right to Know Survey or environmental survey on file at his facility to include the information for which the trade secret claim was denied and add the information wherever else appropriate; to send modified copies of the revised Right to Know Survey or environmental survey to the appropriate Department and all county and local agencies that are required by law, rule or regulation to receive the survey containing this information; and to replace the trade secret registry number with the chemical name and Chemical Abstracts Service number on its fact sheets and container labels, if applicable.

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N.J. Admin. Code § 7:1G-6.14
Amended by R.1993 d.386, effective 8/2/1993.
See: 25 New Jersey Register 858(a), 25 New Jersey Register 3537(a).

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