Jim Prentice, Canada's minister of environment, announced that the new regulations reduce VOC (volatile organic compounds) emissions from products in the field of architectural coatings, such as coatings, finishes, dyes, varnishes, etc
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this regulation stipulates that the maximum concentration limit of VOC in paint is 53, which is applicable to all products manufactured, imported and sold in the Canadian market, including road marking paint. Similar to the American Standard, the regulation will be implemented after consultation with relevant departments
the annual VOC emission reduction of architectural coatings is expected to be 28%, and about 506000 tons will be reduced in 25 years. Combined with other VOC reduction measures, these measures will help to reduce the main components of smoke - ground state ozone and particulate matter. From water testing to formal entry into this field, which is beneficial to human health, agriculture, forestry and ecosystem
in June, 2003, the Canadian government added volatile organic compounds to the toxic substances list schedule of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act 1, which gives the government the right to formulate volatile organic compounds control measures, such as this regulation
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