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consprod -- 2013 Consumer and Commercial Products Survey Posted: 10 Jul 2014 18:08:10
The California Air Resources Board (ARB) staff has posted materials regarding the 2013 Consumer and Commercial Products Survey (2013 Survey). The materials posted include a letter addressed to responsible parties regarding the start date and overall survey timeline, a frequently asked questions (FAQs) document, a beta-version of the Consumer Products Reporting Tool (CPRT), and draft survey instructions. In order to ensure accurate and complete electronic reporting for the 2013 Survey, ARB staff is conducting a beta test for the CPRT and the draft survey instructions that begins today and ends on August 8, 2014. Additional details regarding the beta test are available in the letter and FAQ document. The newly posted materials are available on the Consumer Products Program website at: http://www.arb.ca.gov/consprod/regact/2013surv/2013main.htm. General information about the Consumer Products Program is available at the following address: http://www.arb.ca.gov/consprod/consprod.htm. ARBís Consumer Products Program is a key part of overall efforts to reduce the amount of smog-forming volatile organic compounds, toxic air contaminants, and greenhouse gasses that are emitted from use of chemically formulated consumer products in California. ARBís Consumer Products Regulations have resulted in projected emission reductions of nearly 50 percent since 1990. ARBís Consumer Product Survey is an important step in collecting information on consumer products that are sold or supplied for use in California. The data collected from the Consumer Product Survey are designed to support the statewide consumer product inventory, speciation profiles used in criteria pollutant modelling, and future rulemakings. If you have any questions about the material posted or have general questions regarding the Consumer Products Program, please contact David Edwards at (916)323-4887 or by email at email@example.com. California is in a drought emergency. Visit www.SaveOurH2O.org for water conservation tips.