AB 2276 Air Cleaner Regulation
This page last reviewed January 3, 2013
Board Hearing Materials
On September 27, 2007, the Air Resources Board adopted a regulation that limits the ozone emission concentration from indoor air cleaning devices to 0.050 ppm. Slides from the Board presentation and related materials are provided below. For more information, please visit the indoor air cleaner regulation webpage.
- News Release, September 27, 2007 - The California Air Resources Board adopted the nation's first regulation to prohibit indoor air cleaners from emitting more than 0.050 parts per million of ozone.
- September 27, 2007 - Staff Presentation to the Board
- Section 37 of UL Standard 867 (September 21, 2007)
- Corrected Section 94802 of the Air Cleaner Regulation
- Notice of Public Hearing
Staff Report: Initial Statement of Reasons (ISOR)
- Staff Report: Initial Statement of Reasons (ISOR)
- Appendix A: Assembly Bill 2276
- Appendix B: Proposed Regulation Order
- Appendix C: Method Used by ARB to Determine Ozone Room Concentration from IACD
- Appendix D: Certification Application Format
- Appendix E: ANSI/UL Standard 867 Section 37 Proposed Revisions
- Appendix F: 21 CFR 801.415
- Appendix G: Methodology for Estimating the Number of Indoor Air Cleaning Models to be Certified
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