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California Air Resources Board will hold a public workshop to address amendments to consumer products, nonvehicular source and architectural coatings fee regulations Sept. 14 in Sacramento, Calif. Amendments are part of FY 2004-2005 budget, which shifts $2.6 mil. from agency's general fund to support fees. Amount will be assessed on "large facilities that emit 250 tons or more per year of nonattainment pollutants or precursors," CARB says. Remaining $17.4 mil. in fees will be collected on a uniform basis. The agency is permitted to collect fees from consumer product manufacturers that emit 250 tons or more of volatile organic compounds a year under Assembly Bill 10X. CARB also will address proposed fee increases at a Nov. 18 public hearing, the agency notes...

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