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Executive SummaryMaine Department of Environmental Protection's proposed rule limiting voluntary organic compounds in consumer products should include a provision that protects certain confidential business information, the Cosmetic, Toiletry and Fragrance Association says in comments to the agency July 1. Written submission follows up on testimony delivered at a public hearing June 17. CBI provision would follow Ozone Transport Commission model rule, which has been adopted by many states in the Northeast, CTFA adds. Maine rule also should include a definition of VOCs, according to the trade group, which otherwise supports the proposal...
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