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Texas VOC limits proposed rule

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Volatile organic compound limits for personal fragrances do not appear in the proposed consumer products rule although they were included in the draft rule ("The Rose Sheet" Aug. 23, p. 5). In addition, the proposed rule, published at the end of December, does not set limits on medium volatility organic compounds in antiperspirants and deodorants; only high volatility organic compounds would be regulated under the current proposal. Other changes include the removal of second and third tier reduction requirements for hairsprays and antiperspirants/deodorants and the extension of the sell-through period for products manufactured before the effective date of the rule from 18 months to two years. The Texas Natural Resource Conversation Commission is accepting written comments on the proposed rule until Feb. 25. Oral comments also will be accepted at three hearings scheduled January 24, 26 and 27 in Houston, El Paso and Irving, respectively
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