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CARB survey

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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The California Air Resources Board's proposed 2003 Consumer & Commercial Products Survey has been amended to include 300 categories, down from 500, agency reports during Sept. 30 workshop. CARB notes remaining 200 categories will be included in the 2005 survey. Among new categories in the 2003 survey is witch hazel. The Cosmetic Toiletry and Fragrance Association has argued personal care categories with little or no volatile organic compound emissions should be excluded from the survey, expected to be released this month (1"The Rose Sheet" Sept. 20, 2004, p. 3). Agency also announces it will evaluate hair spray ingredient aminomethyl propanol to determine whether it should be considered a VOC. Until now, AMP has been considered a low vapor pressure, but data indicate the compound may have a vapor pressure in the VOC range, according to CARB. Board will hold three workshops in October to "discuss potential updates to the state's emission inventory" including an Oct. 19 workshop in Sacramento, an Oct. 20 meeting in Del Monte and an Oct. 22 meeting in Fresno...
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