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Prop 65 affects nearly every company that uses styrene. ACMA recommends that all companies understand this rule and make some business decisions about how to proceed. Companies manufacturing composite products sold or used in California could be subject to enforcement action unless certain warnings are provided in compliance with the Prop 65 regulations administered by Cal-EPA. ACMA documents help our members and the industry to understand the implications of this regulation.
- Guidance: Understanding Prop 65 For Composites Manufacturers: This document provides composite manufacturers using styrene with an understanding of Prop 65 and provides suggestions on how to mitigate the risk of Prop 65 enforcement. ACMA members only.
- Webinar: Understanding Prop 65 For Composites Manufacturers. This webinar provides a basic understanding of Prop 65 and some considerations for composites manufacturers using styrene. Free to members; nonmembers:$99.
- (New!) Bulletin: Information for Customers of Composites Manufacturers on Prop 65 Warnings. This document provides an overview of why Prop 65 warnings are provided with certain composite products.
- ACMA members can also access additional information on other considerations, limitations and legal considerations at www.acmanet.org/prop65.
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