From: Eggleston, Don (Don.Eggleston@dgs.ca.gov)
Date: Tue Apr 06 1999 - 10:47:21 CDT
First, I would explain to the manufacturer that if they choose to put VOC
information on the MSDS (not required) that they also indicate the method
used to determine the VOC. Explain to them, that the regulated community
cannot use vendor supplied VOC information for compliance verification, etc.
unless EPA Method 24 or equivalent method is the means for VOC
Second, If the manufacturer declines to use EPA Method 24 or equivalent, the
end user can opt to discontinue use of the product, or have the VOC
determined elsewhere. Be sure to maintain any independent VOC determinations
for as long as the product is used, and possibly longer depending on local
record keeping requirements.
State of California
Office of State Publishing
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Hensel, Donald [SMTP:email@example.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, April 06, 1999 6:31 AM
> To: 'Printech'
> Subject: Erroneous msds
> One of our Newspaper Association of America members requested information
> on how to convince (or force) a vendor to correct the erroneous VOC %
> listed on the msds for their blanket wash. The vendor is marketing the
> blanket wash as "environmentally friendly" (0% VOC) when in fact Method 24
> analysis repeatedly shows nearly 100% VOC.
> Anyone have any ideas?
> Donald Hensel, CIH
> Newspaper Association of America
> 1921 Gallows Road
> Vienna, VA 22182
> Phone: (703) 902-1835
> Fax: (703) 902-1828
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