CTFA urges Washington state to abandon VOC rulemaking in view of upcoming national reg.
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
CTFA URGES WASHINGTON STATE TO ABANDON VOC RULEMAKING because the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency "is in the final stages of" a national regulation governing volatile organic compounds (VOCs) used in consumer and commercial products. In comments recently filed with the Washington state Southwest Air Pollution Control Authority (SWAPCA), the Cosmetic, Toiletry, and Fragrance Association argued that "there is no need for a separate regulation by SWAPCA at this time given the recent progress" of EPA towards a national rulemaking.
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