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California

Consumer Product Rule: The State’s Air Resource Board (CARB) initially adopted the State’s Consumer Product rule with a compliant date of January 1, 1995. It has been updated multiple times in 2002, 2008, 2010, and 2012 adding more product categories and adopting more stringent VOC limits for existing product categories. It regulates Adhesives, Sealants and Caulking compounds packaged in containers of 16 fluid ounces or less.
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Connecticut

Consumer Product Rule: This rule was initially adopted on July 26, 2007 with a compliant date of January 1, 2009. It regulates Adhesives, Sealants and Caulking compounds packaged in containers of 16 fluid ounces or less with an exception where it regulates Contact Adhesives packaged in containers of 1gallon or less.

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Delaware

Consumer Product Rule: This rule was initially adopted with a compliant date of January 1, 2005. The rule was later modified with more product categories added with a compliant date of May 1, 2009.

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District of Columbia

Consumer Product Rule: This rule was initially adopted with a compliant date of 1/1/2005. The rule was modified with more product categories added with a compliant date of 1/1/2012. It regulates Adhesives, Sealants and Caulking compounds packaged in containers of 16 fluid ounces or less with an exception where it regulates Contact Adhesives packaged in containers of 1 gallon or less.

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Illinois

Consumer Product Rule: This rule was initially adopted with a compliant date of July 1, 2009. The rule was later modified with more product categories added with a compliant date of July 1, 2012. It regulates Adhesives, Sealants and Caulking compounds packaged in containers of 16 fluid ounces or less with an exception where it regulates Contact Adhesives packaged in containers of 1gallon or less.

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Indiana

Consumer Product Rule: This rule (326 IAC 8-15 Article 8 Rule 15, Standards for Consumer and Commercial Products) was adopted with a compliant date of June 1, 2011. It regulates Adhesives, Sealants and Caulking compounds packaged in containers of 16 fluid ounces or less with an exception where it regulates Contact Adhesives packaged in containers of 1gallon or less.

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Maine

Consumer Product Rule: This rule was initially adopted with a compliant date of May 1, 2005. The rule was later modified with more product categories added with a compliant date of January 1, 2009.

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Maryland

Consumer Product Rule: This rule was initially adopted with a compliant date of January 1, 2005. The rule was later modified with more product categories added with a compliant date of January 1, 2009.

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Massachusetts

Consumer Product Rule: This rule was initially adopted with a compliant date of 1/1/2005. The rule was modified with more product categories added with a compliant date of 5/2009.

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Michigan

Consumer Product Rule: In 2007 Michigan Department of Environmental Quality adopted the Ozone Transfer Commission’s 2006 Consumer Product Model Rule by reference.

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New Hampshire

Consumer Product Rule: This rule was initially adopted with a compliant date of 1/1/2007. The rule was modified with more product categories added with a compliant date of 1/2015 and 1/1/2017. It regulates Adhesives, Sealants and Caulking compounds packaged in containers of 16 fluid ounces or less with an exception where it regulates Contact Adhesives packaged in containers of 1 gallon or less.

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New Jersey

Consumer Product Rule: This rule was initially adopted with a compliant date of 1/1/2005. The rule was modified with more product categories added with a compliant date of 1/2010. It regulates Adhesives, Sealants and Caulking compounds packaged in containers of 16 fluid ounces or less with an exception where it regulates Contact Adhesives packaged in containers of 1 gallon or less.

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New York

Consumer Product Rule: This rule was initially adopted with a compliant date of 1/1/2005. The rule was modified with more product categories added with a compliant date of 1/1/2010. It regulates Adhesives, Sealants and Caulking compounds packaged in containers of 16 fluid ounces or less with an exception where it regulates Contact Adhesives packaged in containers of 1 gallon or less.

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Ohio

Consumer Product Rule: This rule was adopted with a compliant date of 1/1/2009. It regulates Adhesives, Sealants and Caulking compounds packaged in containers of 16 fluid ounces or less with an exception where it regulates Contact Adhesives packaged in containers of 1 gallon or less. Cam

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Pennsylvania

Consumer Product Rule: This rule was initially adopted with a compliant date of 1/1/2005. The rule was modified with more product categories added with a compliant date of 1/1/2009. It regulates Adhesives, Sealants and Caulking compounds packaged in containers of 16 fluid ounces or less with an exception where it regulates Contact Adhesives packaged in containers of 1 gallon or less.

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Rhode Island

Consumer Product Rule: This rule was adopted with a compliant date of 7/1/2009. It regulates Adhesives, Sealants and Caulking compounds packaged in containers of 16 fluid ounces or less with an exception where it regulates Contact Adhesives packaged in containers of 1 gallon or less.

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Utah

Consumer Product Rule: While the State of Utah has VOC standards in place, these standards do not cover the entire state. The State’s Consumer Product rule was adopted with a compliant date of 9/1/2014 affecting only the following Utah counties: Box Elder, Cache, Davis, Salt Lake, Tooele, Utah, and Weber.

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Virginia

Consumer Product Rule: While the State of Virginia has VOC standards in place, these standards do not cover the entire state. They are in effect only in the following air districts: Richmond Emissions Control Area, Northern Virginia VOC Emissions Control Area and Fredericksburg VOC Emissions Control Area.

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VOC Compliance

Many products, including adhesives, sealants and caulking products are subject to VOC regulations. These regulations may prohibit the sale and use of non-compliant products at federal (see 40 CFR Part 59), state or district levels. The regulations vary by state, county, or district level and may regulate consumer use and/or industrial use.

DAP offers VOC compliant products that meet regulations in most districts and states. To explore state, county, or district level regulations please use the map or dropdown menu below.

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