PARIS – Europe’s automotive paint manufacturers say they are well prepared for European legislation limiting volatile organic compounds (VOCs) emitted from their products. The European Parliament unanimously has agreed to approve a new European Union (EU) directive setting maximum limits for VOCs from organic solvents in paints, varnishes and specific groups of vehicle-refinishing products. The legislation will reduce the level of VOCs by setting maximum values in vehicle refinishing ...

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