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EPA, industry representatives move closer to compromise
Washington, D.C. -- Compromise among participants in the regulatory-negotiation process involving architectural and industrial maintenance coatings appeared to be a greater possibility following a meeting of the EPA's Bruce Jordan and several representatives of the coatings industry, state regulators and environmental groups.
Jordan, the EPA's chief reg-neg representative, said he was hopeful that a "framework" could be developed for compromises acceptable to the parties discussing a national regulation on VOCs in architectural/IM coatings.
A thorn likely be removed from the industry's side in the ongoing negotiations is the …