Yes. It enables the EPA to expose chemicals that have the potential to be harmful to humans. 17000 of 83000 known chemicals in the EPA have been claimed as confidential and are unknown to the public as harmful chemicals. If the EPA allowed these confidentialities to exist, more and more toxic chemical substances would be circulating in our environment unbeknownst to us.
As has been seen with the recent Afghanistan War Logs, the more transparent a process, is the more the public benefits.
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