California ARB Survey Raises Questions On Confidentiality, Future Regs
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Industry has concerns about the confidentiality of submissions to the California Air Resources Board under an expanded product survey and about the survey’s potential impact on future state regulations. Firms that sold personal-care products in California starting in 2013 must provide sales and formulation data by March 2, though CARB may be flexible about deadlines.
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