Section 94 of the Clean Air Act (CAA) requires EPA to prescribe a deregulatory process for developing standards for the emission of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) under Section 112 of the CAA. The Clean Air Act Standard Process for Air Quality Control developed in that rule will be available by the release of this proposed rule. It is anticipated that the implementation process for CAA Standards will be coordinated through the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) with a public comment period in early 2008.
An airline may not point aircraft, as defined in CAA section 441(b)(2)(A), toward, or be operated in such a fashion that a person can, if that person so desires, point aircraft in a hazardous manner.
The provision of this information is voluntary and does not alter the manufacturer's warranty. The title of this section ("Trademark Information for Products with a Specific IP Protection System") has been changed to reflect the fact that the Environmental Systems and Air Quality group is responsible for developing IPPS.
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This action withdraws the proposed decision to list HCFC-22 and HCFC-142b as unacceptable substitutes for existing users; lists HCFC-22 and HCFC-142b as unacceptable substitutes for HCFC-141b in rigid polyurethane/ polyisocyanurate laminated boardstock, rigid polyurethane appliance foam, and rigid polyurethane spray foam applications; lists HCFC-22 and HCFC-142b as acceptable substitutes for HCFC-141b, with narrowed use limits (users must ascertain and document that other acceptable alternatives are not technically feasible) in commercial refrigeration and sandwich panel applications and in the rigid polyurethane slabstock and other foams end-use; and lists HCFC-124 as an unacceptable substitute in all foam end-uses. At this time, EPA is deferring final action on its proposed decision to list HCFC-141b as an unacceptable foam-blowing agent. d2c66b5586