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Arizona VOC reduction bill could look to CARB model, raising CTFA concern.

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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ARIZONA VOC REDUCTION LEGISLATION COULD LOOK TO CARB MODEL for implementation regs, a possibility that concerns the Cosmetic, Toiletry and Fragrance Association. CTFA said that without specific regulation parameters in the bill, Arizona could look to California's Regulation for Reducing VOC Emissions in Consumer Products to enforce HB 2637, which could entail attempts to regulate volatile organic compounds in cosmetics and personal care products. The trade group has been working with Dial Corp. and the Chemical Specialties Manufacturers Association to oppose the passage of HB 2637.
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