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CARB fees

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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California Air Resources Board estimates fees for volatile organic compound emissions from consumer products will be $86-$90 per ton in fiscal 2004-2005, agency says during Sept. 14 public workshop in Sacramento, Calif. Workshop addressed proposed amendments to consumer product, nonvehicular source and architectural coatings fee regulations, which allow CARB to assess $20 mil. in fees in FY 2004-2005, a $2.6 mil. increase versus last year (1"The Rose Sheet" Sept. 6, 2004, In Brief). Proposal would assess fees on facilities emitting 250 tons or more of VOCs each year. CARB will issue a 45-day notice to the public Oct. 1 announcing the proposal, which will be addressed at Nov. 18 board meeting. Regulation is expected to be effective early next year...
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