CARB: Penalties Unlikely For Late Survey Completion If Firms ‘Make Effort’
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
According to David Edwards, a supervisor at the California Air Resources Board, firms that cooperate and make an effort to complete the board’s consumer product survey, but cannot do so by the due date, likely will not be subject to fines. However, "we still do want your information," he said.
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