SCH Number 2013082038
- Consumer Products; Deodorants; Aerosol Coatings; Reactivity Tables; TestMethod 310; Hairspray Credit Repeal
- Amendments require various consumer products to reformulate to reduce volatile organic compounds (VOC) or reactivity content to meet specified limits. These reformulations would result in an equivalent VOC emission reduction of about four tons per day - an important strategy for reducing ground level ozone concentrations. The amendments also streamline and clarify various regulatory provisions, improve enforcement, add analytical procedures, repeal the expired hairspray credit program and strengthen enforceability of provisions for "Multi-purpose Solvent" and "Paint Thinner" to ensure that all of the expected benefits from ARB's regulation and the South Coast Air Quality Management District's (SCAQMD) Rule 1143 are fully realized.
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|NOD||Air Resources Board||Amendments to the Antiperspirants and Deodorants Regulation, the Consumer Products Regulation, the Aerosol Coating Products Regulation, the Tablets of MIR Value|
|OTH||Air Resources Board||Consumer Products; Deodorants; Aerosol Coatings; Reactivity Tables; TestMethod 310; Hairspray Credit Repeal|
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