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California VOC Rule Should Not Be Model For Northeast Region, CTFA Says

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

The Northeast states should not adopt California's emission reduction approach to volatile organic compounds as a region, CTFA urges the Washington, D.C.-based Ozone Transport Commission in May 11 comments.

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