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Understanding Regulations on Solvent Cleaning Equipment

Publication number Date Published
97-213aNovember 1996
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Author(s) Bernard Brady
Description If you own or operate any
size solvent dip tank or parts
washer you are required to
comply with the National
Emission Standards for
Hazardous Air Pollutants for
halogenated organic solvents
by Dec. 2, 1997, as mandated
by the 1990 Clean Air Act.
This means you must stop
using the chemicals that are
regulated under the rule, or
install required controls on
equipment and adopt specific
work practices.
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Keywords emission standard, air pollutants, equipment, hazard, hazardous, regulation, rule, pollutant, tank, standards, solvent, emission, automotive

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