Alaska Statutes.
Title 46. Water, Air, Energy, and Environmental Conservation
Chapter 14. Air Quality Control
Section 520. Confidentiality of Trade Secrets.
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AS 46.14.520. Confidentiality of Trade Secrets.

Records, reports, and information, and parts of records, reports, and information, other than emission data, in the department's possession or control are considered confidential records and shall be kept confidential and in separate files if the owner and operator have certified under oath to the department or authorized local program that

(1) public disclosure would tend to affect adversely the owner's and operator's competitive position; and

(2) the records, reports, or information, or parts of the records, reports, or information, would divulge production figures, sales figures, processes, production techniques, or financial data of the owner and operator that are entitled to protection as trade secrets under AS 45.50.910 - 45.50.945 (Alaska Uniform Trade Secrets Act).

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