California Paint Stewardship Legislation Signed into Law

November 2010
JCT CoatingsTech;Nov/Dec2010, Vol. 7 Issue 11, p18
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the signing into law of the Paint Product Stewardship legislation in California as part of the American Coatings Association's (ACA) program on proper paint care. It remarks that ACA aims to promote waste management by encouraging paint producers to develop programs on end-of-life systems for their products. It is noted that the California Paint Council has lobbied for the legislation to be signed by the state Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.


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