PLAAPCD RULE 218 ARCHITECTURAL COATINGS
LAST REVISED 02/09/95

                                   Adopted 06-19-79
              (Revised 02-01-83, 05-20-85, 04-01-86, 10-19-93, 02-09-95)


                                       CONTENTS


          100  GENERAL

               101  APPLICABILITY
               102  EXEMPTIONS

          200  DEFINITIONS

               201  APPURTENANCES
               202  ARCHITECTURAL COATINGS
               203  BELOW GROUND WOOD PRESERVATIVES
               204  BITUMINOUS COATING MATERIALS
               205  BOND BREAKERS
               206  CLEAR WOOD FINISHES
               207  CONCRETE CURING COMPOUND
               208  DRY FOG COATING (MILL WHITE COATING)
               209  EXEMPT ORGANIC COMPOUNDS
               210  FIRE RETARDANT COATINGS
               211  FORM RELEASE COMPOUNDS
               212  GRAMS  OF  VOC PER LITER OF COATING LESS WATER AND LESS
                    EXEMPT ORGANIC COMPOUNDS
               213  GRAMS OF VOC PER LITER OF MATERIAL
               214  GRAPHIC ARTS COATINGS (SIGN PAINTS)
               215  HIGH-TEMPERATURE INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE COATINGS
               216  INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE ANTI-GRAFFITI COATINGS
               217  INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE PRIMER
               218  INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE TOPCOAT
               219  LACQUER
               220  LOW-SOLIDS STAINS AND WOOD PRESERVATIVES
               221  MAGNESITE CEMENT COATINGS
               222  MASTIC TEXTURE COATINGS
               223  METALLIC PIGMENTED COATINGS
               224  MULTI-COLORED COATINGS
               225  NON-FLAT ARCHITECTURAL COATINGS
               226  OPAQUE STAINS
               227  OPAQUE WOOD PRESERVATIVES
               228  PRE-TREATMENT WASH PRIMER
               229  PRIMERS
               230  QUICK-DRY PRIMERS, SEALERS, AND UNDERCOATERS
               231  QUICK-DRY ENAMELS
               232  REACTIVE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS (ROC)
               233  ROOF COATINGS
               234  SANDING SEALERS
               235  SEALERS
               236  SEMI-TRANSPARENT STAINS
               237  SEMI-TRANSPARENT WOOD PRESERVATIVES
               238  SHELLACS
               239  SOLICIT
               240  SPECIALTY PRIMERS, SEALERS, AND UNDERCOATERS
               241  SWIMMING POOL COATINGS
               242  SWIMMING POOL REPAIR COATINGS
               243  TRAFFIC COATINGS
               244  UNDERCOATERS
               245  VARNISHES
               246  VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS (VOC)
               247  WATERPROOFING SEALERS

          300  STANDARDS

               301  REQUIREMENTS

          400  ADMINISTRATIVE

               401  REQUIREMENTS
               402  VIOLATIONS

          500  MONITORING AND RECORDS

               501  TEST METHODS
               502  RECORDKEEPING
               503  DURATION OF RECORDS
          
          
          100  GENERAL

               101  APPLICABILITY:  This  rule  is applicable to any person
                    who  supplies,  sells  offers  for  sale,  applies,  or
                    solicits the application of any architectural  coating,
                    or  who manufactures any architectural coating for  use
                    in the District.

               102  EXEMPTIONS:  The  requirements  of  this rule shall not
                    apply to:

                    102.1 Architectural   coatings   manufactured   in   the
                         District for use outside of  the  District  or for
                         shipment to other manufacturers for repackaging.

                    102.2 Architectural   coatings  supplied  in  containers
                         having capacities of one liter or less.

                    102.3 Architectural  coatings   sold  in  non-refillable
                         aerosol containers having capacities  of one liter
                         or less.

                    102.4 Emulsion-type bituminous pavement sealers.

          200  DEFINITIONS

               201  APPURTENANCES:    Accessories   to   an   architectural
                    structure,   including,  but  not  limited  to:    hand
                    railings,  cabinets,  bathroom  and  kitchen  fixtures,
                    fences, rain-gutters  and  down spouts, window screens,
                    lamp-posts,  heating  and air  conditioning  equipment,
                    other  mechanical  equipment,  large  fixed  stationary
                    tools, and concrete forms.

               202  ARCHITECTURAL COATINGS:  Coatings applied to stationary
                    structures and their appurtenances, to mobile homes, to
                    pavements, or to curbs.

               203  BELOW GROUND WOOD PRESERVATIVES:   Coatings  formulated
                    to  protect  below  ground  wood  from  decay or insect
                    attack and which contains a wood preservative  chemical
                    registered  by  the  California Department of Food  and
                    Agriculture.

               204  BITUMINOUS  COATING  MATERIALS:    Black   or  brownish
                    materials,  soluble  in  carbon  disulfide,  consisting
                    mainly  of  hydrocarbons  and  which are obtained  from
                    natural deposits or as residues  from  the distillation
                    of crude petroleum oils, or of low grades of coal.

               205  BOND  BREAKERS:   Coatings  applied between  layers  of
                    concrete to prevent the freshly  poured  top  layer  of
                    concrete  from  bonding  to  the layer over which it is
                    poured.

               206  CLEAR   WOOD  FINISHES:   Clear  and   semi-transparent
                    coatings,  including lacquers and varnishes, applied to
                    wood substrates to provide a transparent or translucent
                    solid film.

               207  CONCRETE CURING  COMPOUND:  Coatings applied to freshly
                    poured concrete to retard the evaporation of water.

               208  DRY  FOG  COATING  (MILL   WHITE   COATING):   Coatings
                    formulated  only  for  spray  application   such   that
                    overspray  droplets  dry before subsequent contact with
                    other surfaces.
               209  EXEMPT ORGANIC COMPOUNDS:  For  the  purposes  of  this
                    rule, exempt compounds are the following:

                    209.1     Methane
                    209.2     Carbon dioxide
                    209.3     Carbon monoxide
                    209.4     Carbonic acid
                    209.5     Metallic carbides or carbonates
                    209.6     Ammonium carbonate
                    209.7     1,1,1-trichloroethane
                    209.8     Methylene chloride
                    209.9     2,2-dichloro-1,1,1-trifluoroethane (HCFC-123)
                    209.10    2-chloro-1,1,1,2-tetrafluoroethane (HCFC-124)
                    209.11    Trichlorofluoromethane (CFC-11)
                    209.12    Dichlorodifluoromethane (CFC-12)
                    209.13    1,1,1-trichloro-2,2,2-trifluoroethane   (CFC-
                              113)
                    209.14    1-chloro-1,1-difluoro-2-chloro-2,2-
                              difluoroethane (CFC-114)
                    209.15    Chloropentafluoroethane (CFC-115)
                    209.16    Pentafluoroethane (HFC-125)
                    209.17    1,1,2,2-tetrafluoroethane (HFC-134)
                    209.18    Tetrafluoroethane (HFC-134a)
                    209.19    1,1-dichloro-1-fluoroethane (HCFC-141b)
                    209.20    1-chloro-1,1-difluoroethane (HCFC-142b)
                    209.21    1,1,1-trifluoroethane (HFC-143a)
                    209.22    Chlorodifluoromethane (HCFC-22)
                    209.23    Trifluoromethane (HFC-23)
                    209.24    Difluoroethane (HFC-152a)
                    209.25    The following four classes of perfluorocarbon
                              compounds:
                              a.   Cyclic,  branched, or linear, completely
                                   fluorinated alkanes.
                              b.   Cyclic, branched,  or linear, completely
                                   fluorinated      ethers     with      no
                                   unsaturations.
                              c.   Cyclic, branched,  or linear, completely
                                   fluorinated  tertiary   amines  with  no
                                   unsaturations.
                              d.   Sulfur-containing perfluorocarbons  with
                                   no  unsaturations  and with sulfur bonds
                                   only to carbon and fluorine.
                    Perfluorocarbon compounds will be assumed  to be absent
                    from  a  product  or  process unless a manufacturer  or
                    facility operator identifies  the  specific  individual
                    compounds  (from  the  broad classes of perfluorocarbon
                    compounds) and the amounts  present  in  the product or
                    process and provides a validated test method  which can
                    be used to quantify the specific compounds.

               210  FIRE  RETARDANT COATINGS:  Coatings which have a  flame
                    spread  index of less than 25 when tested in accordance
                    with ASTM  Designation  E-84-87,  "Standard Test Method
                    for   Surface  Burning  Characteristics   of   Building
                    Material",  after  application to Douglas fir according
                    to the manufacturer's recommendations or when tested by
                    an equivalent method approved in writing by the APCO.
               211  FORM RELEASE COMPOUNDS:  Coatings applied to a concrete
                    form  to  prevent  the  freshly  poured  concrete  from
                    bonding to the form.   The  form  may  consist of wood,
                    metal, or some material other than concrete.
               212  GRAMS OF VOC PER LITER OF COATING LESS WATER  AND  LESS
                    EXEMPT  ORGANIC  COMPOUNDS:   The  weight  of  VOC  per
                    combined  volume  of  VOC and coating solids and can be
                    calculated by the following equation:

                        Grams of VOC per Liter      Ws-Ww-Wes
                        of Coating less Water    =  ----------
                        and less Exempt Organic      Vm-Vw-Ves

                    Where:
                        Ws = Weight of volatile compoundes (grams)
                        Ww = Weight of water (grams)
                        Wes= Weight of exempt organic compounds (grams)
                        Vm = Volume of materials (liters)
                        Vw = Volume of water (liters)
                        Ves= Volume of exempt organic compounds (liters)

               213  GRAMS OF VOC PER LITER  OF MATERIAL:  The weight of VOC
                    per volume of material, and  can  be  calculated by the
                    following equation:
                     
                              Grams of VOC
                              per liter of Material = Ws-Ww-Wes
                                                      ---------
                                                         Vm

                    Where:
                        Ws = Weight of volatile compounds (grams)
                        Ww = Weight of water (grams)
                        Wes= Weight of exempt organic compounds (grams)
                        Vm = Volume of material (liters)

               214  GRAPHIC   ARTS   COATINGS   (SIGN   PAINTS):   Coatings
                    formulated for and hand-applied by artists  using brush
                    or  roller  techniques  to  indoor  and  outdoor  signs
                    (excluding structural components) and murals, including
                    lettering  enamels,  poster  colors, copy blockers, and
                    bulletin enamels.

               215  HIGH-TEMPERATURE   INDUSTRIAL   MAINTENANCE   COATINGS:
                    Industrial  maintenance  coatings  formulated  for  and
                    applied   to   substrates   exposed   continuously   or
                    intermittently to temperatures above 400oF.

               216  INDUSTRIAL  MAINTENANCE  ANTI-GRAFFITI  COATINGS:   Two
                    component   clear   industrial   maintenance   coatings
                    formulated for and applied to exterior walls and murals
                    to  resist  repeated  scrubbing  and  exposure to harsh
                    solvents.
               217  INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE PRIMER:  Is a coating  which  is
                    intended  to  be  applied  to  a  surface  prior to the
                    application  of  an industrial maintenance topcoat,  to
                    provide  a  firm  bond   between   the   substrate  and
                    subsequent coats.

               218  INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE TOPCOAT:  Is a high  performance
                    coating   which   is  formulated  for  and  applied  to
                    substrates in industrial,  commercial, or institutional
                    situations that are exposed  to  one  or  more  of  the
                    following extreme environmental conditions:

                    218.1 Immersion   in   water,  wastewater,  or  chemical
                         solutions (aqueous  and non-aqueous solutions), or
                         chronic exposure of interior  surfaces to moisture
                         condensation;

                    218.2 Acute or chronic exposure to corrosive, caustic or
                         acidic  agents, or to chemicals,  chemical  fumes,
                         chemical mixtures, or solutions;

                    218.3 Repeated  exposure  to  temperatures  in excess of
                         250oF;

                    218.4 Repeated heavy abrasion, including mechanical wear
                         and  repeated scrubbing with industrial  solvents,
                         cleaners, or scouring agents; or

                    218.5 Exterior exposure of metal structures.

                    Industrial Maintenance Coatings are not for residential
                    use or for  use  in areas of industrial, commercial, or
                    institutional  facilities  such  as  office  space  and
                    meeting rooms.

               219  LACQUER:  Is a clear  or  pigmented  coating formulated
                    with  nitrocellulose  or synthetic resins  to  dry,  by
                    evaporation, without chemical reaction and to provide a
                    quick drying, solid protective film.

               220  LOW-SOLIDS STAINS AND WOOD  PRESERVATIVES:   Stains and
                    wood  preservatives  that contain one pound or less  of
                    solids per gallon of material  and  contain  no  exempt
                    organic compounds.

               221  MAGNESITE CEMENT COATINGS:  Coatings formulated for and
                    applied  to  magnesite  cement  decking  to protect the
                    magnesite cement substrate from erosion by water.

               222  MASTIC TEXTURE COATINGS:  Coatings formulated  to cover
                    holes,    minor    cracks,    and    conceal    surface
                    irregularities, and which are applied in a thickness of
                    at least 10 mils (dry single coat).
               223  METALLIC  PIGMENTED  COATINGS:  Coatings containing  at
                    least  0.4  pounds of elemental  metallic  pigment  per
                    gallon of coating as applied.

               224  MULTI-COLORED  COATINGS:   Coatings  which exhibit more
                    than one color when applied and which are packaged in a
                    single container and applied in a single coat.

               225  NON-FLAT  ARCHITECTURAL COATINGS:  Are  coatings  which
                    register a gloss of 15 or greater on an 85 degree meter
                    or five or  greater on a 60 degree meter, and which are
                    identified on  the  label  as  a  gloss, semi-gloss, or
                    eggshell enamel coating.

               226  OPAQUE STAINS:  All stains that are  not  classified as
                    semi-transparent stains.
               227  OPAQUE  WOOD  PRESERVATIVES:    Wood preservatives  not
                    classified   as   clear   or   semi-transparent    wood
                    preservatives or as below ground wood preservatives  or
                    low solids wood preservatives.

               228  PRE-TREATMENT WASH PRIMER:  A coating which contains at
                    least  one-half percent acid, by weight, applied
                    directly to bare metal surfaces to provide necessary
                    surface etching.

               229  PRIMERS:  Coatings formulated and applied to substrates
                    to  provide  a  firm  bond  between  the substrate  and
                    subsequent coats.

               230  QUICK-DRY  PRIMERS,  SEALERS,  AND  UNDERCOATERS:   Are
                    primers, sealers, and undercoaters which  are  intended
                    to  be  applied  to  a  surface  to provide a firm bond
                    between the substrate and subsequent  coats  and  which
                    are  dry  to touch in one-half hour and can be recoated
                    in two hours (ASTM D 1640).

               231  QUICK-DRY ENAMELS:   Are non-flat coatings which comply
                    with the following:

                    231.1 Shall be capable  of  being  applied directly from
                         the  container  by  brush or roller  under  normal
                         conditions,   normal  conditions   being   ambient
                         temperatures between 60oF and 80oF;

                    231.2 When tested in  accordance  with  ASTM D 1640 they
                         shall set to touch in two hours or  less, dry hard
                         in eight hours or less, and be tack free  in  four
                         hours or less by the mechanical test method;

                    231.3 Shall have a 60oF dried film gloss of no less than
                         70.

               232  REACTIVE  ORGANIC  COMPOUNDS  (ROC):   Is  any volatile
                    compound containing at least one atom of carbon  except
                    those  compounds  identified  in  this  Rule  as Exempt
                    Organic  Compounds.  [This  term  and  definition shall
                    replace  the  following terms and definitions  wherever
                    they appear in  the  District's  Rules and Regulations:
                    organic   compound,  organic  gases,  organic   liquid,
                    organic  materials,  organic  vapor,  volatile  organic
                    compounds and hydrocarbons].

               233  ROOF COATINGS:   Coatings formulated for application to
                    exterior  roofs  and   for   the   primary  purpose  of
                    preventing penetration of the substrate  by  water,  or
                    reflecting  heat  and  ultraviolet radiation.  Metallic
                    pigmented  roof  coatings  which  qualify  as  metallic
                    pigmented coatings  shall  not  be  considered to be in
                    this category, but shall be considered  to  be  in  the
                    metallic pigmented coatings category.

               234  SANDING  SEALERS:   Clear  wood coatings formulated for
                    and applied to bare wood for  sanding  and  to seal the
                    wood for subsequent application of varnish.

               235  SEALERS:   Coatings  formulated  for and applied  to  a
                    substrate  to  prevent subsequent coatings  from  being
                    absorbed  by the  substrate,  or  to  prevent  harm  to
                    subsequent coatings by materials in the substrate.

               236  SEMI-TRANSPARENT STAINS:  Coatings formulated to change
                    the color of a surface but not conceal the surface.
               237  SEMI-TRANSPARENT WOOD PRESERVATIVES:  Wood preservative
                    stains formulated and used to protect exposed wood from
                    decay or insect  attack  by  the  addition  of  a  wood
                    preservative  chemical  registered  by  the  California
                    Department  of  Food and Agriculture, which change  the
                    color of a surface  but  do  not  conceal  the surface,
                    including clear wood preservatives.

               238  SHELLACS:    Clear  or  pigmented  coatings  formulated
                    solely with the  resinous secretions of the lac beetle,
                    thinned  with  alcohol,   and   formulated  to  dry  by
                    evaporation without a chemical reaction.

               239  SOLICIT:  To require for use or to  specify, by written
                    or oral contract.

               240  SPECIALTY PRIMERS, SEALERS, AND UNDERCOATERS:  Primers,
                    sealers and undercoaters used only to  perform  one  of
                    the  following  functions:  repair fire, smoke or water
                    damage;   neutralize   odors;   block   stains;   block
                    efflorescence;   condition  chalky  surfaces;  or  coat
                    acoustical materials without affecting their acoustical
                    abilities.

               241  SWIMMING POOL COATINGS:   Coatings  formulated and used
                    to coat the interior of swimming pools  and  to  resist
                    swimming pool chemicals.

               242  SWIMMING  POOL  REPAIR  COATINGS:   Chlorinated  rubber
                    based  coatings used for the repair and maintenance  of
                    swimming  pools  over existing chlorinated rubber based
                    coatings.

               243  TRAFFIC COATINGS:   Coatings formulated for and applied
                    to  public  streets,  highways,   and   other  surfaces
                    including, but not limited to curbs, berms,  driveways,
                    and parking lots.

               244  UNDERCOATERS:   Coatings  formulated  and  applied   to
                    substrates  to  provide a smooth surface for subsequent
                    coats.

               245  VARNISHES:  Clear wood finishes formulated with various
                    resins to dry by chemical reaction on exposure to air.

               246  VOLATILE ORGANIC  COMPOUNDS (VOC):  Shall have the same
                    meaning as Reactive  Organic Compounds (ROC) as defined
                    in section 232 of this Rule.

               247  WATERPROOFING SEALERS:   Colorless  coatings formulated
                    and  applied for the sole purpose of protecting  porous
                    substrates  by  preventing the penetration of water and
                    which do not alter the surface appearance or texture.

          300  STANDARDS

               301  REQUIREMENTS

                    301.1 Except as provided  in  Sections 301.2, 301.3, and
                         301.5,  no  person  shall,  within  the  District;
                         supply, sell, offer for sale,  apply,  or  solicit
                         the   application   of;   or  manufacture,  blend,
                         repackage  for  use  within  the   District,   any
                         architectural  coating  which, at the time of sale
                         or manufacture contains more  than  250  grams  of
                         Volatile  Organic  Compounds  (VOC)  per  liter of
                         coating  excluding water, exempt organic compounds
                         and any colorant added to tint bases.

                    301.2 A person shall  not  sell, offer for sale or apply
                         any non-flat architectural  coating  which, at the
                         time  of  sale  or  manufacture,  has  a  volatile
                         organic  compound  content,  excluding  water  and
                         colorant  added  to  tint  bases, in excess of the
                         following:

                              a.   380 grams of volatile  organic compounds
                                   per  liter  of  coating if  manufactured
                                   prior to September 1, 1986; or
                              b.   250 grams of volatile  organic compounds
                                   per liter of coating if  manufactured on
                                   or after September 1, 1986.

                    301.3 Except  as  provided in section 301.4,  no  person
                         shall, within  the District, sell, offer for sale,
                         apply, supply, or  solicit  the application of; or
                         manufacture, blend or repackage for use within the
                         District, any architectural coating  listed in the
                         Table of Standards which, at the time  of  sale or
                         manufacture,  exceeds  the  limits  in  the  Table
                         (expressed as grams of VOC per liter of coating as
                         applied,  excluding  water,  less  exempt  organic
                         compounds, grams of VOC per liter of material, and
                         any  colorant  added  to  tint  bases)  after  the
                         corresponding date listed in the Table:

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       |          TABLE OF STANDARDS          |Process|
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       |                                      | Grams of VOC |Grams  |Grams  |
       |                                      | per liter of |of VOC |of VOC |
       |                                      |  coating as  |per    |per    |
       |                                      |   applied,   |liter  |liter  |
       |                                      |  excluding   |less   |of     |
       |                                      |    water     |water  |material
       |
       |                                      |              |and    |       |
       |                                      |              |less   |       |
       |                                      |              |exempt |       |
       |                                      |              |organic|       |
       |                                      |              |compounds|     |
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       |Below Ground Wood Preservatives       |       |      | 350   |       |
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       |Bond Breakers                         |       | 750  | 350   |       |
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       |Clear Wood Finishes - Sanding Sealers |       |      | 350   |       |
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       |Clear Wood Finishes - Varnish         | 500   | 350  |       |       |
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       |Concrete Curing Compounds             |       | 350  |       |       |
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       |Dry Fog Coatings                      |       |      | 400   |       |
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       |Fire Retardant Coatings - Clear       |       |      | 650   |       |
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       |Fire Retardent Coatings - Pigmented   |       |      | 350   |       |
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       |Form Release Compounds                |       |      | 250   |       |
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       |General Primers, Sealers and          | 400   | 350  |       |       |
       |Undercoaters                          |       |      |       |       |
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       |Graphic Arts (Sign) Coatings          |       |      | 500   |       |
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       |Industrial Maintenance - Anti Graffiti|       |      | 340   |       |
       |Coatings                              |       |      |       |       |
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       |Industrial Primers and Topcoats       |       | 420  |       |       |
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       |Industrial Quick-Dry Enamels          |       | 400  |       |       |
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       |Industrial Maintenance Coatings - High|       |      | 420   |       |
       |Temperature                           |       |      |(Effective|    |
       |                                      |       |      |9/1/95)|       |
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       |Lacquer (clear or Pigmented)          |       | 680  |       |       |
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       |Low-Solids and Wood Preservatives     |       |      |       | 120   |
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       |Magnesite Cement Coatings             |       |      | 450   |       |
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       |Mastic Texture Coatings               |       |      | 300   |       |
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       |Metallic Pigmented Coatings           |       |      | 500   |       |
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       |Multi-color Coatings                  |       |      | 420   |       |
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       |Opaque Stains                         |       | 350  |       |       |
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       |Opaques Wood Preservatives            | 400   | 350  |       |       |
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       |Pretreatment Wash Primer              |       |      | 675   |       |
       |                                      |       |      |(Effective|    |
       |                                      |       |      |9/1/97)|       |
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       |Primers Sealers and Undercoaters      | 400   | 350  |       |       |
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       |Roof Coatings                         |       | 300  |       |       |
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       |Semi-Transparent Stains               |       | 350  |       |       |
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       |Semi-Transparent and Clear Wood       |       | 350  |       |       |
       |Preservatives                         |       |      |       |       |
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       |Shellac - Clear                       |       |      | 730   |       |
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       |Shellac - Pigmented                   |       |      | 550   |       |
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       |Specialty Flats                       |       | 400  |       |       |
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       |Specialty Primers, Sealers and        |       | 350  |       |       |
       |Undercoaters                          |       |      |       |       |
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       |Swimming Pool Coatings                |       |      | 340   |       |
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       |Swimming Pool Repair and Maintenance  |       |      | 650   |       |
       |Coatings                              |       |      |       |       |
       |                                      |       |      |(Effective|    |
       |                                      |       |      |9/1/97)|       |
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       |Traffic Coatings - Public             | 415   | 250  |       |       |
       |Streets/Highways                      |       |      |       |       |
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       |Traffic Coatings - For Other Surfaces | 250   | 250  |       |       |
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       |Traffic Coatings - Black Traffic      |       | 250  |       |       |
       |Coatings                              |       |      |       |       |
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       |Waterproofing Sealers                 |       | 400  |       |       |
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                         301.4 Sale  of  a coating manufactured prior to the
                              effective date  of the corresponding standard
                              in the Table of Standards,  and not complying
                              with  that standard, shall not  constitute  a
                              violation  of  Section  301.3 until three (3)
                              years  after  the  effective   date   of  the
                              standard,  nor  shall  application of such  a
                              coating.

                         301.5 A person shall not sell,  offer  for  sale or
                              apply  any  architectural  specialty  coating
                              (listed in the Table of Standards) which,  at
                              the  time of sale or manufacture, exceeds the
                              following  limits  (expressed as grams of VOC
                              per liter of coating  as  applied,  excluding
                              water) after the date listed in the Table  of
                              Standards.

                         301.6 All  VOC-containing materials shall be stored
                              in closed containers when not in use.

          400  ADMINISTRATIVE

               401  REQUIREMENTS:  The   following  labelling  requirements
                    shall apply to the extent not preempted by federal law.

                    401.1 Each container of any coating subject to this rule
                         shall  display the  date  of  manufacture  of  the
                         contents   or   a  code  indicating  the  date  of
                         manufacture.  Each  manufacturer  of such coatings
                         shall file with the Air Pollution Control  Officer
                         and  the  Executive Officer of the California  Air
                         Resources Board,  an  explanation  of each code by
                         June  30, 1995 or before such code is  first  used
                         for such coatings within this District.

                    401.2 Each container of any coating subject to this rule
                         shall display  a  statement  of the manufacturer's
                         recommendation regarding thinning  of the coating.
                         This  recommendation  shall  not  apply   to   the
                         thinning  of  architectural  coatings  with water.
                         The recommendation shall specify that the  coating
                         is  to  be  employed  without thinning or diluting
                         under   normal   environmental   and   application
                         conditions unless  any thinning recommended on the
                         label  for  normal environmental  and  application
                         conditions does  not cause a coating to exceed its
                         applicable standard.

                    401.3 Each container of any coating subject to this rule
                         and manufactured by  June  30, 1996, shall display
                         the  maximum  VOC  content  of  the   coating,  as
                         applied, and after any thinning as recommended  by
                         the   manufacturer.   The  VOC  content  shall  be
                         displayed  as  grams  of Volatile Organic Compound
                         (VOC) per liter of coating  (less  water  and less
                         exempt   organic   compounds,  and  excluding  any
                         colorant  added  to  tint   bases).   VOC  content
                         displayed   may   be   calculated  using   product
                         formulation data, or may  be  determined using the
                         test method in Section 501

                    401.4 Each  container  of Industrial Maintenance  Primer
                         and Industrial Maintenance Topcoat subject to this
                         rule and manufactured  by  June  30,  1996,  shall
                         include the statement "Not for Residential Use" or
                         "Not    for   Residential   Use   in   California"
                         prominantly   displayed   on  all  labels  of  all
                         industrial maintenance coatings.

               402  VIOLATIONS:  Failure to comply with  any  provision  of
                    this rule shall constitute a violation of this rule.

          500  MONITORING AND RECORDS

               501  TEST METHODS
                    501.1 Volatile   Organic   Compounds:    Measurement  of
                         volatile   organic   compounds   in  architectural
                         coatings  shall  be  conducted  and  reported   in
                         accordance with EPA Method 24 (40 CFR 60, Appendix
                         A).   Measurement  of  volatile  organic compounds
                         from  exempt  organic  compounds  also   shall  be
                         conducted  and  reported  in accordance with  CARB
                         Method 432.

                    501.2 Acid  Content:  Measurement  of  acid  content  of
                         pretreatment   wash   primers  shall  be  done  in
                         accordance with ASTM Method D 1613-85 (modified).

                    501.2 Metal Content:  Measurement of metallic content of
                         metallic pigmented coatings  shall  be  done using
                         the  South Coast AQMD Method 311-91, "Analysis  of
                         Percent    Metal    in    Metallic   Coatings   by
                         Spectrographic  Method"  in  SCAQMD's  "Laboratory
                         Method of Analysis for Enforcement Samples."

               502  RECORDKEEPING:   A  person  who  is  subject   to   the
                    limitations  of  this  regulation shall comply with all
                    applicable recordkeeping  requirements as  specified in
                    Rule 410, RECORDKEEPING FOR  VOLATILE  ORGANIC COMPOUND
                    EMISSIONS.

               503  DURATION  OF RECORDS:  All records maintained  pursuant
                    to this rule  shall  be retained for at least two years
                    from date of entry, with  the  exception  that  sources
                    subject  to  the  requirements  of  Rule  507,  FEDERAL
                    OPERATING PERMIT PROGRAM, shall retain records at least
                    five  years.  Records  shall  be  made  available  for
                    inspection by the Air Pollution Control Officer upon
                    request.