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printreg, January, 2001
VOC4s


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From:Deb Jacobson(djacobson@istc.illinois.edu)
Date:Friday, January 12, 2001 8:00 AM


Dear Ms. Jimeniz Based on your e-mail address it appears that you are not from the United States. Your question, as stated, is very vague. The VOC regulations referenced on the PNEAC web site are specifically for U.S. government regulations. There is no specific list of materials that are considered a VOC. It is based on chemical characteristics based on specific gravity and vapor pressure of a chemical. The U.S. regulations that apply to VOC emissions are the air regulations. Additional information and the actual regulations can be found on the PNEAC web site at http://pneac.org/compliance/ If you have a more specific question please feel free to reply to this e-mail and we will be glad to help clarify for you. Thank you for using the PNEAC web site and our services, Debra Jacobson



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