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In Brief: Acetone

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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Acetone: EPA final rule, published June 16, excludes acetone as a VOC (volatile organic compound) for ozone-control purposes. The rule explains that acetone has been added to EPA's list of compounds not considered a VOC because of their "negligible photochemical reactivity." EPA points out that the final rule does not require states to exempt acetone from regulation; however, the states will not receive assistance from EPA in enforcing measures to control acetone. The chemical is used in nail polish removers, cleansers, and manicure products...
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