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EPA aerosol antiperspirant/deodorant VOC limits rule effective in November.

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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AEROSOL ANTIPERSPIRANT/DEODORANT VOC LIMITS EFFECTIVE IN NOVEMBER under an Environmental Protection Agency final rule regulating volatile organic compound bi-weight levels in 24 consumer products. Signed Aug. 14, the rule requires manufacturers of seven personal care categories, including underarm aerosol antiperspirants and deodorants, to come into compliance with the federal VOC emission standards 90 days after its publication in the Federal Register. Underarm aerosol antiperspirants and deodorants are limited to formulations with 60% and 20% high volatility organic compounds (HVOCs), respectively. The rule does not "impact existing product inventories," EPA said.
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