Form Release & The Law

Waterloo, Bob
January 2008
Precast Inc.;Jan/Feb2008, p44
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the regulation of Volatile Organic Compounds(VOC) by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for the precast and pipe industries in the U.S. It states on the allowable levels that are applied to construction sites and facilities that manufacture precast, pipe, burial vaults, prestressed products and everything that pertains to concrete. It also notes that the regulation of VOCs is to reduce the amount of ozone produced at ground level. INSET: Biodegradability.


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