Proposed New APCD Rule 74.2.1, Architectural Coatings
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Proposed new Rule 74.2.1, Architectural Coatings, will establish new emission standards for architectural coatings used in the county. This rule is designed to reduce emissions of reactive organic compounds that are precursor to ozone formation. Ventura County is currently a nonattainment area under both state and federal ambient air quality standards for ozone. As a nonattainment area, Ventura County is required by Helath and Safety Code to adopt a control measures identified in our Air Quality Management Plan as needed to reach attainment status. The proposed new Rule 74.2.1 is based on the California Air Resources Board Suggested Control Measure for Architectural Coatings adopted by their board in 2007.
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