Current Regulations

This page last reviewed March 5, 2015


There are four existing consumer product regulations in California. The first regulation (Article 1) covers only the categories of antiperspirants and deodorants. The second regulation (Article 2) covers numerous categories and is simply called the "General Consumer Products Regulation." The third regulation (Article 3) covers categories of aerosol coatings. These three regulations contain VOC and reactivity limits that apply to numerous product types. For compliance flexibility, the fourth regulation (Article 4) is a voluntary emissions averaging program for consumer products, called the Alternative Control Plan (ACP) regulation. Article 5, a voluntary program that provides an incentive for early or over compliance, called the Hairspray Credit Program, was REPEALED JANUARY 1, 2015.




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