On July 2, 2020, the California Air Resources Board (CARB) laboratory staff reviewed, via webinar, its changes to Method 310, which are laboratory methods used to determine volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in Consumer Products and Reactive organic compounds (ROCs) in Aerosol Coatings.
Laboratory staff stated that there were no changes to the low vapor pressure (LVP) compound requirements and that no LVP test methods would be removed.
- On July 9 (9:00-12:00 PDT), CARB will have a webinar to discuss the sunsetting of the 2% Fragrance Exemption. The update will include web-based claims and an Energized Electrical Cleaner Definition amendment.
- On July 28 (9:00-12:00 PDT), CARB staff will present its draft final proposed Consumer Products Regulations amendments, including CARB’s proposals to set or lower VOC content limits for Hair Care Products (Hair Finishing Spray, Dry Shampoo, Hair Shine and Temporary Hair Color), Personal Fragrance Products, Manual Aerosol Air Freshener, and Aerosol Crawling Bug Insecticide, as well proposed regulatory changes to improve program implementation.
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