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Antip/deo VOCs

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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California Air Resources Board repeals 0% HVOC emissions standard in aerosol antiperspirants and deodorants by 8-1 vote Oct. 26, CTFA VP-Legal & General Counsel Thomas Donegan reports. CARB met Aug. 22 to discuss the proposed amendment, which will change the allowable standard to 40% effective January 2001. The 0% HVOC standard, which was instated Jan. 1, 1999, was "not feasible" because of reaction between the active ingredient and pure HFC-152a propellant as well as can corrosion, Donegan maintains
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