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consprod -- California Aerosol Coatings and Consumer Products Regulations Ė Public Workshop to Discuss Proposed Amendments

Posted: 12 Sep 2012 07:49:55
The Air Resources Board staff has posted the presentation slides
for the public workshop to be held on Wednesday, September 12,
2012, at the following website:. 

At the workshop staff will discuss preliminary proposals to amend
the Aerosol Coating Products Regulation.  Potential amendments to
the Consumer Products Regulation and plans to rescind the
Hairspray Credit Program Regulation will also be discussed.  

You may attend the public workshop in person or participate via

       DATE:                 Wednesday, September 12, 2012 
       TIME:                  9:00 a.m. (PDT) 
       LOCATION:         Air Resources Board
                                   First Floor Conference Room 
                                   Monitoring and Laboratory
                                   1927 13th Street 
                                   Sacramento, CA 95811

To participate in the teleconference please note the following

                         	 Call-in Time:                   
Between 8:45 a.m. and 9:00 a.m. 
                         	 USA Toll Free Number:   888-324-3491
                         	 Passcode:                        34994

The workshop notice is available on the Consumer Products Program
website at:

The regulation and general information about the Consumer
Products Program is available at the following address: 

If you have any questions about the public workshop or the
materials posted, please contact Ms. Irina Malkina at (916)
324-0342 or by email at imalkina@arb.ca.gov.


ARBís Consumer Products Program is an important part of
Californiaís efforts to reduce the amount of smog-forming
volatile organic compounds, toxic air contaminants and greenhouse
gases emitted from the use of chemically formulated consumer
products.  ARBís consumer products regulations have resulted in
emission reductions of nearly 
50 percent since 1990, but more is needed to meet federally
required health-based air-quality standards. 

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