The HCPA has reported filing comments with the California Air Resources Board, CARB, regarding their draft summary of the 2013, 2014 and 2015 Consumer & Commercial Products Survey data.
With Air Quality Committee members, Staff at the HCPA staff reviewed the draft summary data and supplemental materials. The summary provided detailed information about product sales and the chemical formulation for more than 300,000 products from 1,500 household and commercial product manufacturers, formulators, and marketers across 491 product categories sold in California during the three-year period.
On April 12, CARB will host a public workshop to discuss the summary, as well as potential regulatory strategies and a timeline for the rulemaking process to develop new consumer product VOC, volatile organic compound, limits.
Plans are for CARB to submit the proposed regulation to its Board before the end of 2020.