MONREAL – The Ontario parliament is considering the Collision Repair Standards Act 2002, which ensures car repairs to a vehicle after a collision are carried out by licensed technicians in a workshop that meets the Canadian province's equipment, training, labor and environmental standards. The changes aim to eliminate hazardous waste discharges, such as the release of paints and solvents into sewers, and to require spray-painting to be carried out within approved booths rather ...

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