EPA-450/2-89-008
                              April 1989
   COMPILATION AND SPECIATION OF

   NATIONAL EMISSION FACTORS FOR

CONSUMER/CONMMERCIAL SOLVENT USE
              Information Compiled
                 To Support
         Urban Air Toxics Assessment Studies
     U. S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
             Office Of Air and Radiation
        Office Of Air Quality Planning And Standards
        Research Triangle Park, North Carolina 27711

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This report has been reviewed by the Office of Air Quality Planning
and Standards, U. S. Environmental Protection Agency, and has been
approved for publication.  Mention of trade names or commercial
products does not constitute endorsement or recommendation for use.
                     EPA 450/2-89-008

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                               TABLE OF CONTENTS

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1.    INTRODUCTION                                                         1-1

     1.1  Background                                                      1-1

     1.2  Objectives                                        "              1-2

     1.3  Outline of the Report                              ""            1-2


2.    METHODS FOR PREPARING VOC SPECIES PROFILES   .                        2-1

     2.1  Selection of Product Subcategories                              2-1

     2.2  Data Sources                                                    2-5

          2.2.1  Chemical Composition                                     2-6
          2.2.2  Chemical and Physical Properties                         2-6
          2.2.3  Geographic Distribution                                  2-9
          2.2.4  Market Share        .                                     2-9

     2.3  Determination of Volatility                                    2-10

          2.3.1  Relative Evaporation Rate Calculation          •  .       2-10
  •        2.3.2  Definition of "Volatile"                                2-10

     2.4  Calculation of Weight and Volume Percents                      2-11

     2.5  Assignment of SAROAD Codes                                     2-16

     2.6  Development of Composite Species Profiles                      2-17


3.    SPECIES PROFILES                                                     3-1

     3.1  VOC Profile Summaries and Formulation Profiles                  3-1

     3.2  Composite Profiles           .                            '      3-24


4.    METHODS FOR STATE AND LOCAL .AGENCIES                     ...          4-1

     4.1  Inventory of Total VOC                                          4-1

          4.1.1  National Consumption                                     4-1
          4.1.2  Apportionment by States                                  4-5

     4.2  Inventory by Species                                           4-18

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5.    ISSUES  AND CONCERNS                                                   5_1

      5.1   Composition  Data                                                 5_1

           5.-1.1   Formulation  Data                                          5_1
           5.1.2~~ Corffposite  Species  Profiles                ^               5-2

      5.2   Use  Data                                                         5_2

      5.3   Per-Capita VOC  Emission Factors                                  5-3

      5.4   Alternative  Methods  for Estimating  Total  VOC Emissions           5-4

           5.4.1   Automotive Product Emissions                             5-4
           5.4.2   Household-Based Apportionment                             5-9

      5.5   Alternative  Methods  for Estimating  Speciated Emissions           5-9


6.    REFERENCES                                                            6_-j


APPENDIX A - ORIGINAL  CONSUMER PRODUCT CATEGORIES LIST
APPENDIX B - SPECIES PROFILES  FOR INDIVIDUAL  FORMULATIONS
APPENDIX C - RAW  DATA  ON CONSUMER PRODUCT FORMULATIONS
                                  IV

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                                 LIST OF TABLES

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2-1    Consumer Product Subcategories in Decreasing Order of Photo-
       chemically Reactive Organic Compound Emissions in California       2-3

2-2    Sources of Information on Product Formulations                     2-7
                                                           s.
2-3    Distribution of Air Pollutants by Consumer Product Subcategory    2-12

2-4    VOC Species Identified in Consumer Product Subcategories
       Investigated                  -                                    2-14

2-5    Example of Calculation of Composite VOC Species Profile: Hair
       Sprays                                                            2-19

3-1    Paints, Primers, and Varnishes Summary                             3-3

3-2    Hair Sprays Summary                                                3-5

3-3    All Purpose Cleaners Summary                                       3-6

3-4    Insect Sprays Summary                                              3-7

3-5    Car Waxes and Polishes Summary                                     3-8

3-6    Room Deodorants and Disinfectants Summary                          3-9

3-7    Caulking and Sealant Summary                                      3-10

3-8    Consumer Adhesives Summary                                        3-11

3-9    Moth Control Products Summary                                     3-12

3-10   Window and Glass Cleaners Summary                                 3-13

3-11   Herbicides and Fungicides Summary                                 3-14

3-12   Personal Deodorants Summary               .                       3-15

3-13   Auto Antifreeze Summary                                           3-16

3-14   Carburetor and Choke Cleaners Summary                             3-17
                  •"»•
3-15   Brake Cleaners Summary                                    •        3-18

3-16   Engine Degreasers Summary                                         3-19

3-17   Engine Starting Fluids Summary                            ,        3-20

3-18   Rug and Upholstery Cleaners Summary               '                3-21

3-19   Lubricants and Silicones Summary                                  3-22

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3-20   Metal Cleaners and Polishes Summary                               3-23

3-21   Composite VOC Species Profile for Caulking and Sealing Compounds  3-25

3-22   Composite VOC Species Profile for Window and Glass Cleaners       3-26
               •»!»W   "•
3-23   Composite VOC Species Profile for Room Deodorants and Disinfec-
       tants                                               •              3-27

3-24   Composite VOC Species Profile for Hair Sprays                     3-28

3-25   Composite VOC Species Profile for Engine Starting Fluids          3-29

3-26   Composite VOC Species Profile for Interior Water-Based Architec-
       tural Coatings                                                    3-30

3-27   Composite VOC Species Profile for Interior Solvent-Based Archi-
       tectural Coatings                                                 3-31

3-28   Composite VOC Species Profile for Exterior Water-Based Architec-
       tural Coatings                                                    3-32

3-29   Composite VOC Species Profile for Exterior Solvent-Based Archi-
       tectural Coatings            .                                     3-33

3-30   Composite VOC Species Profile for Aerosol Coatings                3-34

4-1    Update of Consumer Product Use Estimates to 1986                   4-4

4-2    National VOC Emissions, by Consumer Product Subcategory, 1986      4-6

4-3    Definition of Marketing Regions                                    4-9

4-4    Per-Capita Consumption and VOC.Emissions by Marketing Region
       and Consumer Product Sub-Category                 .                4-10

4-5    Total Per-Capita Consumer Product Emissions, by Marketing
       Region                                    *                       4-17

5-1    VOC Emission Factors for Automotive Products, 1986                 5-5

5-2    State-Specific VOC Emissions Due to Use of Consumer Products       5-6

5-3    VOC Emissions from Use of Automotive Products in Selected
       Counties                                                           5-8

5-4    Per-Household Emission Factors for Four Types of Consumer
       Products                                                          5-10
                                     VI

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                                    SECTION 1
                                   INTRODUCTION
 1.1   BACKGROUND
      Emission  factors  have  been  published  routinely in documents  such as
 Compilation of Air Pollutant  Emission  Factors,  AP-42,  which are used  in
 preparation of State Implementation  Plans  (SIPs),  review of Prevention of
 Significant Deterioration (PSD)  applications, and  other Federal,  State and  local
 agency  assessments of  air pollution  sources.  Until  recently,  emission factors
 were  generally available only for  "criteria pollutants," such  as  carbon monoxide
 and oxides of  nitrogen  (NO  ).  In  response to increasing concern  over
                          x
 potentially toxic  air  contaminants,  regulatory  agencies at  all  levels are now
 developing inventories  of emissions  of individual  chemical  species.

      The Noncriteria Pollutant Programs Branch  (NPPB)  of the Air  Quality
 Management Division, Office of Air Quality Planning  and Standards, has
 responsibility within the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency  (EPA)  to support
 EPA,  State, and local air toxics assessment and mitigation  programs.   Recent
 NPPB  publications  which are useful for estimating  air  toxics emissions include
 Compiling Air  Toxics Emission  Inventories  [46]; Toxic  Air Pollutant Emission
 Factors—A Compilation for  Selected  Air Toxic Compounds and Sources [44]; the
 Air Emissions  Species Manual  [21]; and the series  Locating  and  Estimating
 Emissions of...,  which currently covers 16 compounds and compound classes.

      Information on the species composition of volatile organic compound  (VOC)
 emissions from use of consumer and commercial products  has  not  been readily
 available.   The second edition of the  VOC Species'Data  Manual included only
 three consumer product categories  (architectural surface coatings, general
domestic solvents,  and pesticides).  Speciated emission estimates for major
product categories (paints  and coatings,  personal  care  products, and  automotive
products) were presented in a California Air Resources  Board report entitled
Development and Improvement of Organic Compound Emission Inventories  for
California [42].   A recent  study for EPA Region II, Photochemically Reactive
Organic Compound (PROC) Emissions from Consumer and Commercial  Products [1],
 included development of a data base on the chemical composition of 11

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widely-used consumer and commercial products,  as well as estimates of emissions
of PROC in California, New York  and New  Jersey.  Both similarities and
differences with published EPA per-capita consumer product emission factors were
found.
1.2  OBJECTIVES

     The objectives of this study were to expand the consumer product data base
developed for Region II, review existing and new data, and revise existing
emission factors and species profiles, as warranted.  The focus was to be upon
all organic compounds meeting a certain volatility criterion, whether or not
they are "photochemically reactive" by EPA or State definitions.  Of special
interest were those compounds considered or suspected to be air toxics.  In
addition, methods which State and local regulatory agencies could use in
preparing consumer product emission inventories were to be developed.
1.3  OUTLINE OF THE REPORT

     This report is divided into five sections.  Section 1 contains this
introduction.  Section 2 describes the methods used to prepare the VOC species
profiles for consumer and commercial products.  The profiles are then presented
in Section 3.  Section 4 outlines measures to be used by State and local
agencies to estimate consumer product-related VOC emissions in their
jurisdictions.  Uncertainties in the species profiles and per-capita emissions
estimates are discussed in Section 5.  Finally, references for the report are
presented in Section 6.
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                                    SECTION 2
                   METHODS  FOR PREPARING VOC SPECIES PROFILES

2.1  SELECTION OF  PRODUCT SUBCATEGORIES

     In order to place  this investigation in perspective,  it is  necessary to
understand how consumer and commercial  product  information was organized.   In
the predecessor study [1],  Science  Applications International Corporation (SAIC)
investigated 11 aerosol  and nonaerosol  product  "categories:11

     Aerosol Spray Products

     (1)  Insect sprays
     (2)  Paints and finishes
     (3)  Household products
     (4)  Personal products
     (5)  Animal products
     (6)  Automotive and  industrial products
     (7)  Food products
     (8)  Miscellaneous products

     Nonaerosol Products

     (1)  Personal products
     (2)  Household products
     (3)  Garage products

     Each of these categories was then divided  into  "subcategories."  For
example,  aerosol household  products comprised room deodorants and disinfectants,
all-purpose cleaners,  starch and fabric finishes, rug and  upholstery cleaners,
spot removers,  carpet deodorizers, shoe polishes, window and glass cleaners,
tile and bathroom cleaners,  oven cleaners and drain  openers.  The consumer
product categories and subcategories investigated by Jones et al. [1] are listed
in Appendix A.

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     Ideally, the present study would have concentrated on those consumer
product subcategories known a_ priori to be the largest sources of air toxics
emissions.  As detailed and comprehensive quantitative information on air toxics
emissions from consumer products was not available, Jones et al.'s ranking of
consumer product subcategories by their photochemically reactive organic
compound (PROC) emission potential was used instead.  The approach's inherent
bias in favor of those subcategories in which PROCs comprise a high fraction of
total VOC is discussed in Sections 4 and 5.

     Table 2-1 lists the original 47 subcategories in decreasing order of
photochemically reactive organic compound (PROC) emissions, as determined by
Jones et al. [1].  (In preparing this table, we excluded the previous report's
estimate of the portion of adhesives-based emissions which may be attributable
to industrial uses.)  As seen in the table, 11 subcategories accounted for 75
percent of the PROC emissions, and 20 subcategories accounted for 90 percent.
The highest priority was therefore given to the following subcategories:

             Paints, primers, and varnishes
             Hair sprays
             All-purpose cleaners
             Insect sprays
             Car polishes and waxes
             Room deodorants and disinfectants
             Adhesives
             Caulking and sealing compounds
             Moth control products
             Window and glass cleaners
             Herbicides and fungicides

Second priority was given to the following:

          • Personal deodorants
          • Auto antifreezes
          • Carburetor and choke cleaners
          • Brake cleaners
          • Engine degreasers
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                              Table 2-1
CONSUMER PRODUCT SUBCATEGORIES IN DECREASING ORDER OF PHOTOCHEMICALLY
        REACTIVE ORGANIC COMPOUND EMISSIONS IN CALIFORNIA,  1985
Rank in
California
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20


21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
Paints, Primers, and Varnishes
Hair Sprays
All Purpose Cleaners
Insect Sprays
Car Polishes and Waxes
Room Deodorants and Disinfectants
Caulking and Sealing Compounds
Adhesives (Consumer)
Moth Control Products
Window and Glass Cleaners
Herbicides and Fungicides
Personal Deodorants
Auto Antifreezes
Carburetor and Choke Cleaners
Brake Cleaners
Engine Degreasers
Engine Starting Fluids
Rug and Upholstery Cleaners
Lubricants and Si li cones
Metal Cleaners and Polishes
tlfl DAu*AMM4-
.___.^ ,!,..,. .._.«.._..._-.__.._—..«....— -y\j rcpcsnu
Waxes and Polishes
Tile and Bathroom Cleaners
Pharmaceuticals
Styling Mousse
Windshield Deicer
Insect Repellents
Starch and Fabric Finish
Auto Cleaners
Floor Waxes or Polishes
Colognes
Shaving Lathers
Animal Insecticides
Product Pet. of
Form3 Total PROC
A/N
A
A
A/N
N
A
A/N
N
A/N
A/N
A/N
A
N
A
A
A
A
A
A
N


A
A
A .
A
A/N
A/N
A
A/N
N
A
A
A
16.5
11.1
9.7
8.0
6.9
6.3
5.3
3.6
3.1
3.0
2.7
2.4
1.8
1.5
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.4
1.4
1.0


0.9
0.9
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.6
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.4
0.4
Cumulative
Percent
16.5
27.6
37.3
45.3
52.2
58.5
63.8
67.4
70.5
73.5
76.2
78.6
80.4
81.9
83.5
85.0
86.4
87.8
89.2
90.2


91.1
92.0
92.8
93.6
94.4
95.0
95.5
96.0
96.5
. 97.0
97.4
97.8
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                                    Table 2-1
      CONSUMER  PRODUCT SUBCATEGORIES IN DECREASING ORDER OF PHOTOCHEMICALLY
                 REACTIVE ORGANIC COMPOUND EMISSIONS IN CALIFORNIA
                                   (Continued)
Rank in Product Pet. of
California Forma Total PROC
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
Aftershaves
Undercoat ings
Oven Cleaners
Shoe Polishes, Waxes and Colorants
Paints-Other Related Products
Perfumes
Spot Removers
Waxes and Polishes - Liquids
Hair Care Products - Shampoos
Carpet Deodorizers
Suntan Lotions
Hair Removers
Anti-Static Sprays
Prewash Stain Removers
Drain Openers
A
A
A/N
A/N
A
A
A/N
N
A/N
A/N
A
A
A
A/N
A/N
0.3
0.2
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.2
0.1
0.2
0.1
0.1
0.0
0.0
0.1
0.0
0.0
Cumulative
Percent
98.1
98.3
98.6
98.9
99.2
99.4
99.5
99.7
99.8
99.9
99.9
99.9
100.0
100.0
100.0
Source: Reference 1.

 A <= aerosol, N = nonaerosol, A/N = aerosol and/or nonaerosol.
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          • Engine starting fluids
          • Rug and upholstery cleaners
          • Lubricants and silicones
          • Metal cleaners and polishes

     The final unit for organizing emissions data was the "formulation,"  or mix
of ingredients.  For a given product subcategory, up to TOO formulations may be
commercially available.  All known formulations for each subcategory were
included in this investigation.

     For the paints, primers and varnishes subcategory, "formulation" has a
different meaning than it has for the other consumer product subcategories.  The
data source for this subcategory [11] reported aggregated national use of
various organic solvents in 17 types of architectural coatings and in aerosol
coatings.  For the present study,  each type of coating (e.g. water-based
interior flat paint) is defined as a formulation.  Recent data were available
only for the VOC content of the formulations, and not for the other coating
ingredients, such as water and nonvolatile solids.
2.2  DATA SOURCES

     Five types of information were needed for this study:

             Chemical composition of the consumer products of interest;
             Chemical and physical properties .(to determine whether a
             compound may be classified as a VOC);
             National use;
             Geographic distribution of use; and
             Market share of competing formulations
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2.2.1  Chemical Composition

     Table 2-2 lists the principal sources of  information on formulations for
the subcategories of interest.  Complete citations are found in Section 6.
Because product compositions change quite frequently, we attempted to obtain the
most recent editions of each of the cited publications.

     In many cases, product ingredients were reported in the form of trade
names, such as "Arlacel 80 emulsifier" or "SDA alcohol No. 40."  Chemical
descriptions of many of these accompanied some of the formularies.  However, in
many cases it was necessary to identify and contact the raw ingredient
manufacturer for more information.  Names of manufacturers and suppliers were
obtained from the following sources:

          •  Trademarks and Product Names Reported in Conjunction with The
             Chemical Substance Initial Inventory.  Trademarks and Product Names
             Section [2]

          •  Chemcyclopedia [3]

          •  Chemicalweek Buyer's Guide Issue  1987 [4]

Proprietary names which could not be identified by these sources were searched
in the CHEMNAME on-line data base, which was available through Dialog
Information Services, Inc.  This source provides Chemical Abstracts Service
(CAS) registry numbers and molecular weights of many trade-name chemicals.  The
CAS numbers were then .used to search other references.
2.2.2  Chemical and Physical Properties

     In order to determine whether a given compound should be considered
"volatile," knowledge of its molecular weight and vapor pressure was necessary
(see Section 2.3).  Molecular weights were obtained from the CRC Handbook of
Chemistry and Physics [5],  the Handbook of Environmental Data on Organic
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                                   Table 2-2
                 SOURCES OF INFORMATION ON PRODUCT FORMULATIONS
Subcategory                                      References
Paints, primers, and varnishes                   11
Hair sprays                                      12
All-purpose cleaners                             13
Insect sprays                                    14, 15, 16
Car polishes and waxes                           13
Room deodorants and disinfectants                14
Adhesives                                        14
Caulking and sealing compounds                   17
Moth control products                           ,18
Window and glass cleaners                        13
Herbicides and fungicides                        17
Personal deodorants                              12
Auto antifreezes                                 17
Carburetor and choke cleaners                    15, 16, 17
Brake cleaners                                   17
Engine degreasers                                13
Engine starting fluids                           17
Rug and upholstery cleaners                      13
Lubricants and silicones                         17
Metal cleaners and polishes                      13
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Chemicals  [6], and the on-line data base HEILBRON, which was  accessed through
Dialog Information Services,  Inc.  The HEILBRON data base summarizes information
from the Dictionary of Organic Compounds, 5th  Edition.  In some cases, molecular
weights were calculated from  molecular formulas found  in the  EPA series Toxic
Substances Control Act Chemical Substances  Inventory,  Volumes II,  III [7], and
Cumulative Supplement [8],  Vapor pressures at 20 C were obtained  from
References 5 and 6, and from  Vapor Pressure Distribution of Selected Organic
Chemicals  [9],  In several cases, material safety data sheets, which report
molecular weight and vapor pressure, were obtained from chemical manufacturers
and distributors.

     Vapor pressures not available through one of the  previously mentioned
sources were computed by using the following formula from the CRC  Handbook of
Chemistry and Physics, which  relates a compound's vapor pressure at 20 C to its
boiling point at 760 mm Hg atmospheric pressure [10]:

                                   fl!>At
          2.8808 - log p  =	                            (2-1)
                              293.1 - 0.15At
where
                                            o       o
         At  =  boiling point at 760 mm Hg ( C) - 20 C
      log p  =  common logarithm of observed pressure in mm Hg
            -  entropy of vaporization at 760 mm Hg.

The entropy of vaporization (which is the heat of vaporization divided by the
absolute temperature at vaporization) was determined from a set of curves
presented in Reference 10.  For compounds whose boiling points are reported at a
pressure different from 760 mm Hg, the boiling point at 760 mm Hg must first be
iteratively obtained from a rewritten form of Equation 2-1:

                 B^  +  (273.1 + B )(2.8808 - log p)   .
     B     =    —2	B	!	                   (2_2)
      /OU            [ <*> +  0.15(2.8808 - log p)]
                                      2-8

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 where B  is the observed boiling point ( C) at pressure p (mm Hg).    Since the
 entropy of vaporization is a function of the boiling point.  Equation 2-2 must be
 solved iteratively until successive values of B    are within a pre-decided
 difference;  in  this case,  we used 0.1°C.
 2.2.3  Geographic  Distribution

      The  geographic  distribution  of consumer product use and associated  VOC
 emissions was  assumed  to  depend upon both  population and a measure of regional
 consumer  preference.   For example,  market  research  surveys have  found that the
 proportion of  households  in the Northeast  which  use household cleaners is about
 8  percent higher than  the national  average [19].  Per capita consumption would
 thus  be expected to  be slightly higher  in  the Northeast  than in  the U.S. as a
 whole.  Consumer preference data  were obtained from the  Simmons  1985 Study of
 Media and Markets  [19], which  is  based  upon  an extensive survey  of U.S.
 consumers.  State  population estimates  for 1986  v/ere obtained from the CENDATA
 on-line data base, which  is provided by the  U.S. Bureau  of the Census.   How
 preference measures  and population  estimates  were used to calculate geographic
 distribution is described in Section 4.1.1.
2.2.4  Market Share

     Information on the percentage of the total market associated with each
formulation is necessary for calculating both total VOC and speciated emissions
from use of a given subcategory of consumer products.  Unfortunately, no market
share data were available for the brands for which detailed composition data
were collected.   Brand-name market share data were available through the
aforementioned Simmons market study [19]. However, the composition information
for those particular brands was inadequate for use in this compilation.  This
matter is discussed further in Section 5.1.

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2.3  DETERMINATION OF VOLATILITY

2.3.1  Relative Evaporation Rate Calculation

     The relative evaporation rate (RER) was used as a measure of the volatility
of the ingredients of the consumer products in this compilation.  The RER is
defined as [20]:

     RER  =  0.8217 x (Vapor Pressure at 20°C) x (Molecular Weight) "   (2-3)

This index expresses the evaporation rate of a compound relative to that of
n-butyl acetate, for which RER =100.


2.3.2  Definition of "Volatile"

     Vapor pressures and molecular weights determined through the methods
described in Section 2.2.2 were substituted into Equation 2-3.  Selection of a
dividing line between "volatile" and "nonvolatile" was of.necessity arbitrary,
since volatility was quantified by a relative measure.  The lower limit of
volatility was set at RER =0.1, or three orders of magnitude below that of
n-butyl acetate.  Examination of compounds whose RERs lay on either side of this
boundary confirmed that the choice was reasonable.  Most of the compounds having
RER < 0.1 were solids at ambient temperatures or were polar liquids with boiling
                o
points above 200 C.  Compounds whose RERs slightly exceeded 0.1 were liquids
which are generally considered to be volatile, such as ethylene glycol and
propylene glycol.   Note that volatility does not imply photochemical reactivity.,

     Data for calculating RERs were unavailable for many of the consumer product
ingredients.   We therefore made the following assumptions:

     •  Nonvolatile compounds:  waxes, oils, polymers,  resins,  and some esters

     •  Volatile compounds:  mineral spirits, Stoddard solvent, kerosene, and
        mixtures of known volatile compounds
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Table 2-3 lists all of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) identified as
constituents of the formulations in the consumer product subcategories of
interest, and shows which compounds are associated with each consumer product
subcategory.  Compounds which are considered in this report to be "air toxics"
are marked with asterisks.  The criterion for designation of a consumer product
ingredient as an "air toxic" was that it appears on the list compiled by the
California Air Resources Board under the California Air Toxics "Hot Spots"
Information and Assessment Act of-1988 (Assembly Bill 2588); this list is quite
comprehensive, and includes (among other things) substances reviewed, under
review,  or scheduled for review as air toxics or potential air toxics by the
EPA's Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards.

     Table 2-4 shows the Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) number, the Storage
and Retrieval of Aerometric Data (SAROAD) number, and relevant physical
properties of each compound, including its calculated RER.
2.4  CALCULATION OF WEIGHT AND VOLUME PERCENTS

     To construct the species profiles (presented in Section 3), it was.
necessary to calculate the weight and volume percentage of each VOC species in
each formulation.  Most of the formularies included weight percentages for all
(volatile and nonvolatile) constituents.  For many formulations, the percentages
of some ingredients were reported as ranges, e.g. "10 to 50 percent;" in these
cases, we used the midpoints of the stated ranges.

     Two types of weight percentages were calculated.  First, the "Percent VOC
by Weight" was defined as the sum of the percentages of all VOCs in the
formulation.  For example, the reported composition of Formulation 10 in the
Window and Glass Cleaners subcategory was [13]:

     Raw Material          _,..,..          Pet. by Weight
     Miranol JEM Concentrate Surfactant        0.30
     Iso-propyl Alcohol                        8.00
     Butyl Cellosolve                          1.00
     Water                                    90.70
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                           Table 2-3
DISTRIBUTION OF AIR POLLUTANTS BY CONSUMER PRODUCT SUBCATEQORY
Corpound
Acetone
Alcohol 740 P
Aliphatic Hydrocarbons
Aliphatic Petroleum Distillates
Any! Acetate
Aromatic Hydrocarbons
Aronatic Petrol eun Solvent
Benzotriazole
N-Butane
^-{2-eutoxyetho^y)-etlianol
*Butyl Cellosolve
L-Canphor
Cellosolve Acetate
Conplex Amines
*Cresol (o-,m-,p-)
DDVP
0-Oichlorobenzene
*P-Dichlorobenzene
*0ichlorodifluorcmethane
Diethylanrinoethanol
Diethylene Glycol
Diethylphthalate
Dipnopylene Glycol Monomethyl Ether
Essential Oil
Ethanolanrine
Ethyl Alcohol
*£thylene Dichlon'de
Ethylene Glycol
Ethyl Ether
*Glycol Ethers (various)
"Inert Ingredients" (Pesticides)
Isobutane
Isoparaffinic Solvent
Iso-propyl Alcohol
Kerosene
Methyl Alcohol
*Methyl Cellosolve
^fethylene Chloride
Methyl p-Hydro*ybenzoate

a
Constmer Product Subcategory
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST
X X
X
X XX
X
X
X
X
X
XX XXX
X X
XX X XXX
X
X
X
- x
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
"X
X X
x -x -xxx x
X
X XX
X
X
X XX
X XX X
X
XXX XXX. X XX X X
XXX XX
X XX X
X
XXX X
X
2-12

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                                           Table 2-3

                DISTRIBUTION OF AIR POLLUTANTS BY CONSUMER PRODUCT SUBCATEQORY

                                          (Continued)
Conpound
              Consumer Product Subcategory

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST
 Mineral Spin'ts
 Morpholine
 Nitropropane (1-.2-)
 Nonylphenoxy Acetic Acid
 Oxygenated Organic Acids
*Perchloroethylene
 Perfume
 Petroleun Distillate (Naphtha) .
 Petroleum Oil         .    .
 Petroleun Solvents
 Pine Oil
 Propane
 Propylene Glycol
*Propylene Glycol Butyl Ether
 "Solvents"
 Terpineol
 Tetrahydrofurfuryl Alcohol
 Thioglycolic Acid
*Toluene
*1,1,1-Tnchloroethane
*Trichloroethylene
*Trichlorofluoranethane
 Tricresyl Phosphate
 VMSP Naphtha
*Isoners of Xylene
XX     X
            X
                                                      X
                                                      X
      X        X
         X
      X  X

      X
      X
   X
X     X
   X     X
         X
X
X
X     X
X
               X

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X

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X

X
 KEY:

A = Paints, Primars and Varnishes
B = Hair Sprays
C = All Purpose Cleaners
D = Insect Sprays
E = Car Waxes and Polishes
F = Room Deodorants and Disinfectants
G = Caulking and Sealing Compounds
H = Consumer Adhesives
I = Moth Control Products
0 = Window and Glass Cleaners
  K = Herbicides and Fungicides
  L - Personal Deodorants
  M = Auto Antifreezes
  N = Carburetor and Choke Cleaners
  0 = Brake Cleaners
  P = Engine Degreasers
  Q = Engine Starting Fluids
  R = Rug and Upholstery Cleaners
  S = Lubricants and Silicones
  T = Metal Cleaners and Polishes
                                                   2-13

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                              Table 2-4
VOC SPECIES IDENTIFIED IN CONSUMER PRODUCT SUBCATE60RIES INVESTIGATED
Constituents
Acetone
Alcohol 740 P
Aliphatic Hydrocarbons
Amy! Acetate
Aromatic Hydrocarbons
Benzotriazole
N-Butane
2~(2~Butoxyethoxy)-ethanol
Butyl Cellosolve
L-Camphor
Cellosolve Acetate
Cresol (0-,M-fP-)
DDVP
0~Di chl orobenzene
P-Dichlorobenzene
Di chl orodi f 1 uoromethane
Di ethyl ami noethano 1
Diethylene Glycol
Diethylphthalate
Dipropylene Glycol Monomethyl Ether
Essential Oil
Ethanolamine
Ethyl Alcohol
Ethyl ene Di chloride
Ethyl ene Glycol
Ethyl Ether
"Inert Ingredients" (Pesticides)
Isobutane
Isoparaffinic Solvent
Iso-propyl Alcohol
Kerosene
Methyl Alcohol
Methyl Cellosolve
Methyl ene Chloride
Methyl p-Hydroxybenzoate
Mineral Spirits
Morpholine
Nitropropane (1-,2-)
Nonylphenoxy Acetic Acid
Oxygenated Organic Acids
CAS
Number
67-64-1


628-63-7

95-14-7
106-97-8
112-34-5
111-76-2
76-22-2
11-115-9
1319-77-3
62-73-7
95-50-1
106-46-7
75-71-8
100-37-8
11 1-46-6
84-66-2
34590-94-8

141-43-5
64-17-5
107-06-2
107-21-1
60-29-7

75-28-5

67-63-0
8008-20-6
67-56-1
109-86-4
75-09-2
99-76-3
8032-32-4
110-91-8
79-46-9
3115-49-9

SAROAD Molecular
Number Weight
43551
43300
43000
43436
45000
45707
43212
43312
• 43308
43571
43452
45605
99919
45805
45807
43823
43739
43373
43453
43353

43777
43302
43815
43370
43351

43214
43100
43304
43125
43301
43310
43802
45478
43118
43742
43755
43411
43400
58.08
50.00
86.17
130.20
92.10
119.13
58.12
162.18
118.17
152.24
132.16
108.14
220. 98
147.01
147.01
120.91
117.19
106.12
222.20
162.23
50.00
61.08
46.07
99.00
62.07
74.12

58.12
86.18
60.10
168.00
32.04
76.11
84.93
152.14
114.00
87.12
89.09
50.00
50.00
Vapor
Pressure
(mm Hg)
132.49
50.00
50.00
3.05
22.00
.02
1544.67
.01
.60
.28
2.00
.11
.01
.89
.89
1216.00
1.40
.01
4.23
.46
50.00
.40
43.90
61.00
.06
442.00

1566.19
168.34
34.82
.48
92.39
6.20
349. 00
.07
50.00
8.00
9.38
50.00
50.00
RER
829.68
290.51
381.38
28.60
173.49
.18
9676.36
.10
5.36
2.84
18.89
.94
.12
8.87
8.87
10986.97
12.45
.08
51.81
4.81
290.51
2.57
244. 84
498. 72
.39
3126.82
1511.56
9811.16
1284.09
221.81"
5.08
429.72
44. 45
2642.83
.71
438.67
61.36
72.75
290.51
290.51

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                              Table 2-4
VOC SPECIES IDENTIFIED IN CONSUMER PRODUCT SUBCATEGORIES INVESTIGATED
                             (Continued)
Constituents
Perch 1 oroethy 1 ene
Perfume
Petroleum Distillate (Naphtha)
Petroleum Oil
Petroleum Solvents
Pine Oil "
Propane
Propylene Glycol
Propylene Glycol Butyl Ether
"Solvents"
Terpineol
Tetrahydrofurfuryl Alcohol
Thioglycolic Acid
Toluene
1,1,1 -Tri chl oroethane
Tri chl oroethylene
Tri chl orof 1 uoromethane
Tricresyl Phosphate
VM&P Naphtha
Isomers of Xylene
CAS
Number
127-18-4
-



8002-09-3
74-98-6
57-55-6
5131-66-8

8000-41-7
97-99-4
68-11-1
108-88-3
71-55-6
79-01-6
75-69-4
1330-78-5
8032-32-4
1330-20-7
SAROAD Molecular
Number Weight
43817

45101
43000
43000

43204
43369
43354
43100
43355
43321
43909
45202
43814
43824
43811
45479
45101
45102
165.83
50.00
114.00
50.00
50.00
136.23
4JL09
76.00
132.20
50.00
154.11
102.13
92.11
92.13
133.42
131.40
137.38
368.37
116.00
106.16
Vapor
Pressure
(mm Hg)
14.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
3.00
6460.00
.10
.60
50.00

2.30
10.00
21.48
100.00
66.08
1677.04
.50
4.70
5.00
RER
148.14
290.51
438.67
290.51
290.51
28.77
46.38
.72
5.67
290.51

19.10
78.86
169.41
949.13
622.42
16151.71
7.89
41.59
42.33

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In this product, only  iso-propyl  alcohol  and  butyl  cellosolve  are VOCs.  The
percent VOC by weight  is therefore  9.0.

      In addition, we calculated the percent of total VOC  accounted for by each
VOC species.  In the above example,  the weight percentage of iso-propyl alcohol
is 100 (8/9) = 88.89 percent, and that of butyl cellosolve  is  100 (1/9) = 11.11
percent.

      For the species profiles, the  volume percentage of a given species was
defined as its percentage of total  moles  of VOC.  In the  above example, for
every 100 g of VOC, there are 88.89 g of  iso-propyl alcohol and 11.11 g of butyl
cellosolve.  Since the molecular weights  of the two constituents are 60.10 and
118.17, respectively:

         Moles isopropyl alcohol  = (88.89 g)/(60.10 g/mole)  ==  1.479 moles
         Moles EGMBE  =  (11.11 g)/(118.17 g/mole)  =  0.0940  moles

         Total moles  »  1.479 + 0.0940   =  1.573 moles

The volume percent of isopropyl alcohol is thus 100(1.479/1.573) - 94.02, and
that  of EGMBE is 100(0.0940/1.573)  = 5.98.
2.5  ASSIGNMENT OF SAROAD CODES

     To be consistent with previously published VOC species profiles, it was
necessary to assign Storage and Retrieval of Aerometric Data (SAROAD) codes to
each of the VOC species found to be present in the consumer product
subcategories of interest.  Most of the SAROAD numbers were obtained from Table
D-l of the Air Emissions Species Manual, Volume l_ [21].  Additional codes were
assigned by EPA and SAIC.  Some of the consumer product ingredients were
identified only as broad classes of compounds, such as "aromatic hydrocarbons."
In these cases, the nearest appropriate two- or three-digit SAROAD numbers (e.g.
43000 for aromatic hydrocarbons) were used.
                                      7-1 f,

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 2.6   DEVELOPMENT OF  COMPOSITE  SPECIES PROFILES

      Composite  species  profiles  for  each  consumer  product subcategory could  be
 calculated  if market share data  were available.  Suppose that  a given
 subcategory has n formulations,  each of which  comprises  up to  k VOC  species.
 Let  i  and j  denote formulations  and  species, respectively,  and consider  the
 following definitions:

      C =   Total  use of the consumer product
     m  =   The  fractional market share of the  ith  formulation
      i
     v.  =   The  fraction of VOC in the ith formulation
   w   =   The  fraction of compound  j in  the VOC in the  ith  formulation
     ' .v.                                               (2-6)
                     i   1 1

The emissions of  pollutant j from formulation  i are:
                                                  »
     E    =  w    m  v   C                                                 (2-7)
      ij      ij   i   i                                                   ^   J
National emissions of pollutant  j are  thus:

     Ej  -EEU '-  C  EW...H,.  v.                                       (2-8)


The fraction of all VOC emissions represented by pollutant j is therefore:
                                      2-17

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                                      w. . m. v.
     F.  «  E./(Total VOC)  =
      J      J
(2-9)
     As was noted in Section 2.2.4, market share data were not readily
available.  It is therefore not possible at this time to obtain precise
composite species profiles.  However, for those consumer products for which
product composition does not vary tremendously from formulation to formulation,
an approximate composite species profile may be obtained by assuming equal
market share.  Since m. is the same for all formulations, it becomes a constant
and may be dropped from Equation 2-9:
                                                                       (2-10)
     An example of a subcategory for which this approximation may be made is
Hair Sprays.  Two of the seven VOC species are present in. 18 of the 19
formulations, while 1 of the compounds is in 11.  Table 2-5 shows how the
composite profile for hair sprays was calculated.   Composite profiles for
several consumer product subcategories are presented in Section 3.2.
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                                    SECTION 3
                                 SPECIES PROFILES
3.1  VOC  PROFILE SUMMARIES AND  FORMULATION  PROFILES

     This section contains 20 tables, one for  each of  the consumer  product
subcategories investigated.  Each table consists of two parts.  The first part
lists the formulations  (by number)  and gives the weight percent VOC for each.
In this case, "weight percent VOC"  means the percentage of VOC in the entire
formulation.  At the bottom of  the  list, the range of  VOC percentages is
reported.  Note that for several consumer product subcategories, many
formulations contain no VOC; they comprise  inorganic compounds or organic
compounds which did not meet the volatility criterion  defined in Section 2.3.2.
Note also that all of the paint, primer and varnish "formulations"  have 100
percent VOC.  That is because,  as was explained in Section 2.1, composition data
were available only for the VOC portion of  the coating formulations.

     The second part of each table  summarizes information on the VOC species
present in the formulations corresponding to the consumer product subcategory.
Each species is listed along with its SAROAD and CAS numbers.  To give an idea
of the relative importance of each  species,  the number of formulations in which
it is an ingredient is reported.  Finally,  the table shows the ranges of
percentages of total VOC represented by each compound when it is present in a
formulation.  Given this information, the percentage of the species in a
formulation may be calculated as follows:

     Pet.  in Formulation - (VOC pet. in formulation) x (Species pet of VOC)

For example,  in hair sprays (Table 3-2),  ethyl  alcohol represents about 4.2 to
93 percent of the VOC.   The VOC content of  hair sprays ranges from 66 to 99.9
percent.   A rough estimate of the range of ethyl alcohol concentration may be
estimated as follows:

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     Minimum  =  (0.66)(0.042)(100)  =  2.8 percent
     Maximum  =  (0.999)(0.93)(100)  =  92.9 percent

Thus each pound of emissions from hair spray would contain 0.028 to 0.929 Ib of
ethyl alcohol.  The breadth of this range is, unfortunately, not unusual.  For
paints, primers and varnishes, the "VOC percent in formulation" is always 100,
since only the VOC data were available.

     More detailed information on the species composition within each consumer
product subcategory is presented in Appendices B and C.  Appendix B shows, for
each formulation within each subcategory, the weight percent VOC and the weight
and volume percentage of total VOC represented by each species,.  For example,
hair spray Formulation No. 9 contains 90.8 percent VOC by weight; of this total
VOC, 92.55 percent is ethyl alcohol and 7.45 percent is iso-propyl alcohol.  The
weight percentages of the two species in the entire formulation are:

     Ethyl alcohol: (0.9255)(0.908)(100)  =  84.0 percent
     Iso-propyl alcohol: (0.0745)(0.908)(100)  =  6.8 percent

     Finally, Appendix C contains the raw data for each formulation arid shows
the calculation of weight and volume percentages.  Information presented
includes, for each formulation:

        VOC species present
        Percent of total formulation weight for each VOC species
        Total percent VOC
        Molecular weights, SAROAD codes and CAS rfumbers
        Each species' percent of total VOC mass
        Moles of each species per 100 g of the formulation
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                       PAINTS,  PRIMERS, VARNISHES  SUMMARY

                                   (Continued)

NOTES TO TABLE

The following compounds may be  in  the compound  groups  listed  in  this  table  [43]:

     Aliphatic Hydrocarbons: Lacquer diluents (boiling point  200 -  250°F),  VM&P
          naphtha (b.p. 240 - 300°F), mineral spirits  (b.p. 300  - 400°F)

     Other Ketones and Esters:  Texanol    ester  alcohol;  isobutyl isobutyrate;
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     Glycol Ethers and Ester Ethers: 2-(2-butoxyethoxy)-ethanol, butyl
          cellosolve, cellosolve acetate

     Chlorinated Solvents: Methylene chloride,  1,1,1-trichloroethane

     Miscellaneous:  Cresols and. cresylic  acids,  1-nitropropane,  turpentine,
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coatings,
coatings.
coatings,
coatings,
coatings..
coatings.
coatings.
coatings,
coatings.
coatings.
coatings.
coatings,
coatings.
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exterior,
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exterior.
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exterior.
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3.2  COMPOSITE PROFILES

     As was discussed in Section 2.6, composite species profiles could be
developed for only a few of the consumer product subcategories.  .Tables 3-21
through 3-25 show the composite profiles for caulking and sealing compounds,
window and glass cleaners, room deodorants and disinfectants, hair sprays, and
engine starting fluids.  All of the profiles were assigned data quality "E,"
which is defined as data "based on engineering calculations from one source;
data set(s) based on engineering judgement; data set(s) with no documentation
provided; may not be considered representative of the total population" [22].

     Solvent use data were reported in Reference 11 for 17 types of
architectural coatings and for aerosol coatings. These 18 data sets are, in
effect, composite species profiles, since they are aggregated from data on all
brands of each type of coating.  The 18 formulation profiles presented in
Appendix B for paints, primers and varnishes may therefore be considered to be
composite species profiles.  Tables 3-26 through 3-30 are summary composite
profiles for the four main types of architectural coatings and for aerosol
coatings.

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                              Table 3-21

   COMPOSITE VOC SPECIES  PROFILE  FOR CAULKING AND SEALING COMPOUNDS
PROFILE NAME: Caulking and sealing compounds
PROFILE NUMBER:
PROFILE DATA QUALITY: E
CONTROL DEVICE:Uncontrol1ed

REFERENCE (S): 17
DATA SOURCE: Composite profile based upon composition data from 3
             formulations and the assumption that all formulations
             have the same market share.
SCC:
SAROAD CAS
Number Number
Species
Name
Mol.    Percent
Weight   Weight
43304  67-63-0    ISO-PROPYL ALCOHOL
45102  1330-20-7  ISOMERS OF XYLENE
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                                    106.16

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                              Table 3-22

     COMPOSITE VOC SPECIES PROFILE FOR WINDOW AND GLASS CLEANERS
PROFILE NAME:  Window and Glass Cleaners
PROFILE NUMBER:
PROFILE DATA QUALITY: E
CONTROL DEVICE:Uncontrolled

REFERENCE (S): 13
DATA SOURCE: Composite profile based upon composition data from 16
             formulations and the assumption that all formulations
             have the same market share.
SCC:
SAROAD CAS
Number Number
43204 74-98-6
43212 106-97-8
43214 75-28-5
43301 67-56-1
43304 67-63-0
43308 111-76-2

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Name
PROPANE
N-BUTANE
ISO-BUTANE
METHYL ALCOHOL
ISO-PROPYL ALCOHOL
BUTYL CELLOSOLVE
PERFUME
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Weight
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58.12
58.12
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60.10
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Weight
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3.73
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5.94
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100.00
                                 3-26

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                              Table 3-23
 COMPOSITE VOC SPECIES PROFILE FOR ROOM DEODORANTS AND DISINFECTANTS
PROFILE NAME: Room Deodorants and Disinfectants
PROFILE NUMBER:
PROFILE DATA QUALITY: E
CONTROL DEVICE:Uncontrolled

REFERENCE (S): 14
DATA SOURCE: Composite profile based upon composition data from 4
             formulations and the assumption that all formulations
             have the same market share.
SCC:
SAROAD CAS
Number Number
43212 106-97-8
43302 64-17-5
43304 67-63-0
43369 57-55-6
43802 75-09-2

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Name
N-BUTANE
ETHYL ALCOHOL
ISO-PROPYL ALCOHOL
PROPYLENE GLYCOL
METHYLENE CHLORIDE
PERFUME
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Weight
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46.07
60.10
76.00
84.93
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Weight
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17.85
35.09
5.13
13.01
13.86
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                                 3-27

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                              Table 3-24

            COMPOSITE VOC SPECIES PROFILE FOR HAIR SPRAYS
PROFILE NAME: Hair Sprays
PROFILE NUMBER:
PROFILE DATA QUALITY: E
CONTROL DEVICE:Uncontrolled

REFERENCE (S): 12
DATA SOURCE: Composite profile based upon composition data from 19
             formulations and the assumption that all formulations
             have the same market share.
SCC:
SAROAD CAS
Number Number
43302 64-17-5
43304 67-63-0
43453 84-66-2
43802 75-09-2
43811 75-69-4
43823 75-71-8

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Name
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ISO-PROPYL ALCOHOL
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METHYLENE CHLORIDE
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60.10
222.20
84.93
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120.91
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100.00
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                              Table 3-25

       COMPOSITE VOC SPECIES PROFILE FOR ENGINE STARTING FLUIDS
PROFILE NAME: Engine Starting Fluid
PROFILE NUMBER:
PROFILE DATA QUALITY: E
CONTROL DEVICE:Uncontrolled

REFERENCE (S): 17
DATA SOURCE: Composite profile based upon composition data from 1
             formulation.
SCC:
SAROAD CAS         Species                             Mol.    Percent
Number Number      Name                                Weight   Weight

43351  60-29-7    ETHYL ETHER                          ~74~12   TOoToO

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                                 3-29

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                  COMPOSITE VOC SPECIES PROFILE FOR
              INTERIOR WATER-BASED ARCHITECTURAL COATINGS
PROFILE NAME: INTERIOR WATER-BASED ARCHITECTURAL COATINGS'
PROFILE NUMBER:
PROFILE DATA QUALITY: E
CONTROL DEVICE:Uncontrolled

REFERENCE (S): 11, 43
DATA SOURCE: National consumption of solvents in paints and coatings
             of this type, as inventoried for the National Paint and
             Coatings Association Data Bank Program
SCC:
SAROAD CAS
Number Number
43369 57-55-6
43370 107-21-1



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Name
PROPYLENE GLYCOL
ETHYLENE GLYCOL
GLYCOL ETHERS AND GLYCOL
OTHER KETONES AND ESTERS
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Mol.
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62.07
ETHER ESTERS
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Weight
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39.51
16.19
2.19
2.06
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100.00

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                   COMPOSITE VOC SPECIES PROFILE FOR
              INTERIOR SOLVENT-BASED ARCHITECTURAL COATINGS
PROFILE NAME: INTERIOR SOLVENT-BASED ARCHITECTURAL COATINGS
PROFILE NUMBER:
PROFILE DATA QUALITY: E
CONTROL DEVICE:Uncontrolled

REFERENCE (S): 11,  43
DATA SOURCE:  National consumption of solvents in paints and coatings
             of this type, as inventoried for the National Paint and
             Coatings Association Data Bank Program
SCC:
SAROAD CAS
Number Number
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43304 67-63-0
45102 1330-20-7
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Name
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.96
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                   COMPOSITE VOC SPECIES PROFILE FOR
               EXTERIOR WATER-BASED ARCHITECTURAL COATINGS
PROFILE NAME: EXTERIOR WATER-BASED ARCHITECTURAL COATINGS
PROFILE NUMBER:
PROFILE DATA QUALITY: E
CONTROL DEVICE:Uncontrolled

REFERENCE (S): 11, 43
DATA SOURCE: National consumption of solvents in paints and coatings
             of this type, as inventoried for the National Paint and
             Coatings Association Data Bank Program
SCC:

SAROAD CAS
Number Number
 Species
 Name
43304  67-63-0
43369  57-55-6
43370  107-21-1
ISO-PROPYL ALCOHOL
PROPYLENE GLYCOL
ETHYLENE GLYCOL
OTHER KETONES AND ESTERS
Mol.    Percent
Weight   Weight
 60.10
 76.00
 62.07
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                                              100.00
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                               Table 3-29

                   COMPOSITE VOC SPECIES PROFILE FOR

              EXTERIOR SOLVENT-BASED ARCHITECTURAL COATINGS


PROFILE NAME: EXTERIOR SOLVENT-BASED ARCHITECTURAL COATINGS
PROFILE NUMBER:
PROFILE DATA QUALITY: E

CONTROL DEVICE:Uncontrolled

REFERENCE (S): 11, 43
DATA SOURCE: National consumption of solvents in paints and coatings
             of this type, as inventoried for the National Paint and
             Coatings Association Data Bank Program
SCC:
SAROAD CAS         Species                             Mol.    Percent
Number Number      Name                                Weight   Weight

43000  	 ALIPHATIC HYDROCARBONS               86.17    99.43
45102  1330-20-7   ISOMERS OF XYLENE                   106.16      .57

                                                    -   Total    100.00

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                                   Table 3-30

               COMPOSITE VOC SPECIES PROFILE FOR AEROSOL COATINGS
    PROFILE NAME: AEROSOL COATINGS
    PROFILE NUMBER:
    PROFILE DATA QUALITY: E

    CONTROL DEVICE:Uncontrolled

    REFERENCE (S): 11, 43
    DATA SOURCE: National consumption of solvents in paints and coatings
                 of this type, as inventoried for the National Paint and
                 Coatings Association Data Bank Program
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SAROAD CAS
Number Number
43000 	
45102 T330-20-7
45202 108-88-3

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                                   SECTION 4  '
                      METHODS FOR STATE AND LOCAL AGENCIES

4.1  INVENTORY OF TOTAL VOC

4.1.1  National Consumption

     Use data for the consumer product categories were obtained from several
sources, including the following:

     9  Pressurized Products Survey, United States [16]. The Chemical
        Manufacturers Association, Inc. conducts an annual survey of container
        manufacturers, valve manufacturers, and companies with filling lines.
        The survey for 1984 included responses from 217 container fillers,
        representing about 88 percent of the industry.  The report on the survey
        shows numbers of units filled for a wide variety of consumer product
        subcategories.

     •  Simmons Study of Media and Markets [19,  22, 23].  The Simmons Market
        Research Bureau carries out annual surveys "of product use.
        Representative surveys of adults (age 18 years and over) living in the
        conterminous 48 States are conducted to determine use patterns for a
        wide variety of consumer product subcategories.

     •  Analysis of Pressurized Products Relative to Hydrocarbon Propellants and
        Other Volatile Organic Compounds [15].  The Western Aerosol Information
        Bureau (WAIB) is the only source of comprehensive information on aerosol
        product unit size.  For several of the consumer product subcategories,
        quantities used were calculated by multiplying the number of units
        filled (from Reference 16) by the unit size reported by the WAIB.

     9  Consumer Pesticides and Fertilizers [24].  This report presents use
        estimates which are based upon interviews with about 180 suppliers,
        distributors, and government agencies; a review of the published
        literature; price lists; product descriptions; and other information.
        This is probably the most accurate source for usage data.

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     • Household Cleansing Products [25].  This report contains use data based
        upon telephone interviews with 38 major suppliers, and with distributors
        and government agencies.

     Consumer product use data from these sources were presented by Jones et al.
[1],  For the present investigation, we conducted on-line searches of several
data bases, in order to obtain more recent information.  Data bases included:

             CENDATA
             Predicasts F&S Index
             Predicasts Forecasts
             'Predicasts Marketing and Advertising Reference Service (MARS)
             Predicasts Overview of Markets and Technology (PROMT)
             Predicasts U.S. Time Series

With only a few exceptions, more recent use data were not readily available.  We
therefore adjusted the use values reported by Jones et al. [1] to reflect growth
or decline between the year for which the data were originally reported and
1986.

     Use adjustments were made in several ways.  One was to use historic growth
rates in sales, and to assume that quantities used are proportional to sales.
For example, room deodorant sales rose by 13.3 percent from 1983 (the base year
for the use rate reported in Reference 1) to 1984 and were projected to increase
by another 9.3 percent in 1985 [26].  As no data on growth between 1985 and 1986
were available, we assumed that the 1984-1985 growth rate would apply.  The
overall escalation rate would then be:
                                                 »
     Growth  « (1.133)0.093)0.093) = 1.35

Use of room deodorants in 1983 was estimated to be 132.75 million Ibs.  The 1986
value would therefore be (1.35)032.75) = 179.2 million Ib.

     For most of the consumer product subcategories,  sales data were
unavailable.  We therefore used a surrogate measure of growth, national
production of nondurable consumer goods.   According to the Predicasts U.S. Time

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Series Data Base [27], the index of nondurable consumer goods production in
1980-1985, where production in 1977 equals 100, was:
               Year      Index
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
108.1
109.3
108.3
113.3
120.1
122.9
No index for 1986 was reported.  We assumed that the 1984-1985 growth rate (2.33
percent) applied to 1985-1986, except where other data were available.  For
example, retail sales of antifreeze grew by 7.6 percent from 1985 to 1986 [28];
for the auto antifreezes subcategory, therefore, the 1985 index was changed to
132.2.  For other subcategories, the index value for 1986 (I    ) was estimated
to be 125.8.  Use in 1986 (U    ) was projected from base year use (U    ) by:
                            1986                                     base

     u      -  u         II986
     U1986  ~  Ubase     j
                          base

where I     is the consumer nondurables production index for the base year.
       base

     The only consumer product subcategory for which 1986 use data were directly
available was adhesives.  According to a market research report summarized by
PTS [29], "consumer use" of "household adhesives" was 44 million IDS in 1986.
It should be noted that the definition of "consumer use" was not stated.
Indeed, the whole issue of apportioning total adhesive use among consumer and
non-consumer applications is quite problematic.  This issue is discussed further
in Section 5.

     Table 4-1  shows the updated national use estimates, along with the assumed
growth rates and the references for the data.
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     National VOC emissions from the use of the consumer products investigated
may be estimated by multiplying consumption rates by the fraction of VOC in the
products.  For example, 202 million Ib of window and glass cleaners are
estimated to have been used in 1986.  According to the species profile presented
in Table 3-10, VOC compounds constitute from 0 to 47.5 percent by weight of
these products; the midpoint VOC content is 23.8 percent.  Thus, national VOC
emissions would be (0.238)(202,000,000 Ib) = 48.1 million Ib.  Table 4-2
presents our latest estimates of national emissions of total VOC, by consumer
product subcategory, for 1986.  Note that the "midpoint" values are simply an
average of the low and high estimates, and should not be considered as
statistical averages or medians.
4.1.2  Apportionment by States

          As noted in Section 2.2.3, the geographic distribution of consumer
product use and associated VOC emissions depends upon both population and a
measure of regional consumer preference.  These measures were combined to yield
a "population-weighted preference."  Let P  be the population of a region and I.
be a preference index, as reported by the Simmons Market Research Bureau.  The
weighted preference for the ith region is then defined as:


     WP   =      ^  1                                                   (4-1)
Consumption within a region (C ) may be found by multiplying the weighted
                              i
preference by the national consumption rate:

     C   =  C WP                                                        (4-2)
      i         i

where C is the national consumption rate.  Per capita consumption in a given
region is then found by dividing regional consumption by regional population:
                                      4-5

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                               Table 4-2
      NATIONAL VOC EMISSIONS BY CONSUMER PRODUCT SUBCATEGORY,  1986
Consumer Product Subcategory
   Low
VOC Emissions
  (1000 1b)

 Midpoint
High
Paints, Primers, Varnishes
Hair Sprays
All Purpose Cleaners
Insect Sprays
Car Polishes and Waxes
Room Deodorants and Disinfectants
Caulking and Sealing Compounds
Adhesives (consumer)
Moth Control Products
Window and Glass Cleaners
Herbicides, Fungicides
Personal Deodorants
Auto Antifreeze
Carburetor and Choke Cleaners
Brake Cleaners
Engine Degreasers
Engine Starting Fluids
Rug and Upholstery Cleaners
Lubricants and Si li cones
Metal Cleaners and Polishes
651,000
151,952
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100,782
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19,648
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230,000
249, 788
223,606
201,564
147,396
90,668
37,400
45,121
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75,445
32,477
23,483
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20, 766
18,067
12,156
34,751
16,978
Totals
998,963   1,628,274   2,257,585
                                   4-6

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              C WP.
     PCC   =  	1-                                                    (4-3)
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Continuing with the example of window and glass cleaners, the preference
indexes, populations, and weighted preferences for the marketing regions defined
by Simmons are:


                                   Preference    Weighted
     Region            Population    -Index       Preference

     Northeast         50,019,000     108         0.225
     North Central     59,316,000     105         0.259
     South             82,985,000      95         0.328
     West              48,758,000      93         0.189

     Total            241,078,000


Consumption and per-capita consumption for the four regions are:


                                       Per Capita
                       Consumption     Consumption
     Region            (Million Ib)       (1b)
     Northeast            45.4           0.908
     North Central        52.3           0.882
     South                66.3           0.798
     West                 38.1           0.782

Finally, total VOC emissions and per capita emissions are calculated by
multiplying the VOC fraction times the consumption and the per-capita
consumption,  respectively.  Continuing with the window and glass cleaner
example, emissions would be 23.8 percent of consumption:
                                                 »

                                       Per Capita
                         Emissions      Emissions
    ' Region                (tons)         (Ib)
     Northeast             5,403         0.216
     North Central         6,229         0.210
     South                 7,885         0.190
     West                  4,535         0.18.6
                                      4-7

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     Table 4-3 shows the states comprising each region.  For lack of
state-specific data on consumer preferences, we assume that the regional values
reported here apply to each state in a given region.  Table 4-4 shows our
estimates of pel—capita consumption and per-capita emissions from use of each
consumer product subcategory in each region.

     Table 4-5 presents total pei—capita emissions for the 20 consumer product
subcategories, by region.  These may be used by a State or local air pollution
agency to estimate emissions in a particular county:

     County emissions  =  (County population)(per-capita emissions)

For example, let us estimate emissions of window and glass cleaners in Santa
Barbara County, California.  The projected 1985 population for this county was
192,763 [30].  From Table 4-3, we see that California is in the "Pacific"
region.  From Table 4-4, per-capita VOC emissions from window and glass cleaners
in that region range from 0 to 0.371 Ib, with a midpoint of 0.186 Ib.  Thus
emissions in the county would be:

     Low: 0 Ib
     Midpoint: (0.186 lb/person)(192,763 persons)  =  35,854 Ib
     High: (0.371 lb/person)(192,763 persons)  =  71,515 Ib

     As noted in Section 2.1, the 20 consumer product subcategories investigated
accounted for 90 percent of the PROC emissions reported by Jones et al. [!].
Because the present study also included non-photochemically reactive organic
compounds, such as 1,1,1-trichloroethane, it is not know whether the 20
                                                 »
subcategories also account for 90 percent of all VOC emissions from consumer and
commercial product use.  The.values in Table 4-5 therefore underrepresent the
real per-capita emissions from these sources, but the magnitude of the
underrepresentation is unknown.
                                        4-8

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           Table 4-3
DEFINITION OF MARKETING REGIONS
EAST
New England
Connecticut
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Rhode Island
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TOTAL PER-CAPITA CONSUMER PRODUCT EMISSIONS, BY MARKETING REGION3
                                    Per-Capita Emissions (Ib/yr)
    Marketing Region             Low           High        Midpoint
New England
Middle Atlantic
East North Central
West North Central
South Atlantic
East South .Central
West South Central
Mountain
Pacific
4.0
4.0
4.1
4.1
4.3
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3.9
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9.2
9.1
9.1
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9.9
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6.6
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7.1
7.1
6.3
6.3
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     Because  only 20 of 47 consumer product subcategories were
    investigated,  the values reported here may understate actual
    per-capita emission factors.
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4.2  INVENTORY BY SPECIES

     Estimating emissions of individual species from consumer product use is
quite problematic at this point, given the lack of market share data.  The only
cases in which it is feasible is where composite species profiles, such as the
ones presented in Section 2.6, are available.  Even then, the simplifying
assumptions upon which these profiles are based must be recognized.

     To estimate species-specific emissions, one multiplies the total VOC
emissions by the fraction of total VOC represented by each species.  As an
example, consider emissions from hair sprays in Santa Barbara County,
California.  Per-capita VOC emissions from hair spray use (see Table 4-4) range
from 0.40 to 0.60 Ib in the region.  Given the composite species profile
presented in Section 2.6 and the population presented in Section 4.1.2, and
using the midpoint of 0.50 Ib per capita VOC emissions, we obtain the following
estimates of species emissions:
      Compound
      Di ch1orodi f1uoromethane
      Diethylphthai ate
      Essential oil
      Ethyl alcohol
      Iso-propyl alcohol
      Methylene chloride
      Tri chlorof1uoromethane
Weight
Pet VOC
37.48
0.01
0.13
39.40
1.74
4.18
16.86
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Per Capita
0.187
0.00005
0.00065
0.197
0.0087
0.021
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(Ib)
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10
125
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4, 030
16,250
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                                   SECTION 5
                              ISSUES AND CONCERNS

     As with all emission factor estimates, the results presented in this report
must be used with caution.  Given the enormous variety of consumer products, and
the general scarcity of data on their composition and use, the emission factors
and species profiles presented here are subject to considerable uncertainty.
The purpose of this section is to highlight some of the major areas where more
information is needed.
5.1  COMPOSITION DATA

5.1.1  Formulation Data

     The accuracy of the formulation data presented in this report is difficult
to assess.   Neither of the two main sources of formulation data provides
sufficient information for a rigorous calculation of speciated VOC emissions.
The compilations by Flick [12, 13] are intended for use by industry personnel
and by raw material suppliers (to identify markets for their products); while
they present very detailed,  compound-specific information, they do not include
brand or trade names for the formulations.  This is a serious omission because,
even if market share data were readily available, one could not associate the
formulations with the brand names.  Gosselin et al. [17], on the other hand,
provide brand and trade names, but often reports only chemical classes (e.g.
"aromatic petroleum solvent") rather than specific species.  For many products,
Gosselin et al. merely list the species, omitting percentages by weight or
volume.

     Products are continually changing to accommodate changes in materials
costs,  demand, competition,  and government regulations; thus published
formulation data quickly become obsolete.  The degree to which the information
cited is inaccurate is difficult to judge.  We do suspect, however, that the use
(and emissions) of chlorofluorocarbons is probably less than that reported here.
For example, according to a recent California Air Resources Board-sponsored
study,  these compounds are not in the hair sprays sold in California [46].

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5.1.2  Composite Species Profiles

     Given the lack of information on the relative  importance of each
formulation within each consumer product subcategory,  it  is difficult to obtain
meaningful composite species profiles.  Only in those  few cases where the
formulations are very similar can an approximation  to  a composite profile be
obtained.  Because product compositions and their markets change so frequently,
it is probably not worthwhile to develop composite  profiles for indefinite use
by all State and local agencies.  Alternative remedies to the problem are
discussed in Section 5.4.
5.2  USE DATA
     The most accurate and timely information on use of consumer products comes
from market research surveys.  Recent survey reports cost from $5,000 to $10,000
and cover only one or two consumer product subcategories.  Publicly available
market research reports are likely to be several years old and thus out of date.

     An extensive search of online data bases found very little information on
quantities of consumer product use, although sales data (in dollars) are
generally more available.  In principle, sales could be translated into
quantities if unit price data could be obtained.  Obtaining that information
was, however,  outside the scope of this investigation.

     A consumer product category which is particularly difficult to characterize
is adhesives.   Although the Census Bureau's Census of Manufacturers and Survey
of Manufacturers report production and sales of adhesives,  the data reported by
the Bureau has been likened to "the tip of an iceberg" [31].  In actuality,  the
industry is defined by the user,  rather than by the supplier, and many uses are
not accounted for in most statistical studies.  In fact,  estimates of the actual
use of adhesives ranges from as little as 20 percent of the officially reported
figures to several times those published by the Census Bureau [31].

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      Furthermore,  it is difficult to determine the fraction of total  adhesives
 use  which  may be attributable to consumers.   One published estimate [32]  puts
 consumer use  as  5 percent of the total.   A more recent analysis [33]  defined  the
 consumer market  as "all adhesives sold  through do-it-yourself supply  channels,
 hobby and  model  shop supply channels and stationery,  school and office supply
 channels," and estimates consumer use as about 5 to 6 percent of the  total.
 Using other data from the same reference leads to an  estimate of consumer use  of
 about 194  million  pounds per year.   However,  the PTS  U.S.  Time Series data base
 shows only 44 million Ib/year of use of  consumer adhesives by households  [29].
 5.3   PER-CAPITA VOC  EMISSION  FACTORS

      For estimating  national  VOC  emissions  from consumer  product  use,  the
 methods presented  in Section  4.1  are,  in  our judgment,  as accurate  as  possible,
 given the quality  of the available data.  Because only  20 of 47 possible
 consumer product subcategories were examined, the results presented here must be
 "scaled up" to obtain total national per-capita VOC emissions.  As  was discussed
 in Section 2.1, the 20 categories represented 90 percent  of the photochemically
 reactive organic compound emissions from  consumer and commercial  product use in
 California, as determined by  Jones et  al. [1].  The choice of these 20 for
 further study might have led  to a slight  bias in favor  of those products whose
 VOC constituents are photochemically reactive.  However,  for 15 of  the 20
 subcategories, the VOC species reported by  Jones et al. were all  photochemically
 reactive,  and none of the 27  omitted subcategories had  such significant non-PROC
 emissions that they would have been included in the final 20 if total VOC had
 been the selection criterion.   It is therefore probably valid to  scale up the
 results of the present study  by a factor  of 1/0.9*to obtain national totals.

     Our new estimates of per-capita VOC  emission factors appear  to  be
 reasonable.   For the consumer product  subcategories examined, the national
 average value (weighted by population) ranges from 4.1 to 9.3,  with  a midpoint
of 6.7 Ib/person/year.   The scaled-up midpoint would be about 7.4.   This may be
compared with EPA's suggested emission factor of 6.3 Ib/person per year for
"commercial/consumer" solvent use [34].   This value includes "aerosol products"
but does not include "architectural  coatings."  It is not known what fraction of

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the "aerosol products" in the EPA emission factor consist of paints and
coatings.  To make the two emission factors comparable, it is necessary to
subtract architectural coatings from the result of the present study.  Of the
2.70 Ib/person/year for paints, primers, and varnishes, 2.34 Ib/person/yr
consist of architectural coatings; the scaled-up value is 2.60 Ib/person/yr.
The per-capita emission value to be compared with EPA's 6.3 Ib/yr is thus 7.4 -
2.6  -  4.8 Ib/yr.

      The difference in per-capita emission factors could result from several
causes, including reformulations of many consumer products, switching from
organic aerosols to pump sprays, differences in the techniques used to derive
the estimates, and random error inherent in the estimates.  A review of an
earlier edition of Household and Automotive Cleaners and Polishes [13] indicated
a trend toward lower-VOC products.
5.4  ALTERNATIVE METHODS FOR ESTIMATING TOTAL VOC EMISSIONS

     In apportioning emissions to states and counties, population may not be the
best basis in all cases.  For example, the use of automotive products may be
related more to automobile registration than to population.  Similarly window
cleaners and other household products may be better related to the number of
households.  Even population-based apportionments could be improved by using the
number of adults instead of the total population, since many products are not
used by minors.  The first two alternatives will be explored here.
5.4.1  Automotive Product Emissions

     Emissions in six of the consumer product subcategories (car polishes and
waxes,  auto antifreeze, carburetor and choke cleaners, brake cleaners, engine
degreasers, and engine starting fluids) may be apportioned on the basis of
automobile-related activity.  Vehicle miles traveled  (VMT) are often used in
calculating emissions from use of motor vehicles.  As VMT data may not be
readily available or up to date, we suggest that State and local agencies use
vehicle registration as a surrogate.  Table 5-1 shows U.S. emissions of total
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VOC from use of the six automobile-related consumer product subcategories.
(Midpoint values were taken from Table 4-2.)  In 1986, 135,671,000 automobiles
and light-duty trucks were registered in the U.S.  [35].  Per-vehicle emission
factors were derived by dividing total VOC emissions by this number.
                                   Table 5-1
              VOC EMISSION FACTORS FOR AUTOMOTIVE PRODUCTS, 1986&
.

Product
Car Polishes and Waxes
Auto Antifreeze
Carburetor and Choke Cleaners
Brake Cleaners
Engine Degreasers
Engine Starting Fluids
National VOC
Emissions
(tons/year)
50,391
11 , 742
13,093
9,824
5,192
9,034
Ib/yr VOC
Per Vehicle
Registered
0.743
0.173
0.193
0.145
0.077
0.133
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     The emission factors in Table 5-1 can be used to estimate automotive
product-related VOC emissions in each state.  These emissions are derived by
multiplying the product-specific emission factor by the number of vehicles
registered in each state.  State vehicle registration data were obtained from
the Motor Vehicle Manufacturers Association [35].. Table 5-2 shows the results
of these calculations.   This apportionment method, yields results which are
quite similar to those using per-capita emission factors.  For example, vehicle
registration-based emissions from use of car waxes and polishes in the Northeast
would be 19,730,000 Ib/yr; this may be compared with a population-based estimate
of 20,308,000 Ib/yr.

     By obtaining county-specific vehicle registration data. State and local air
pollution control agencies can estimate total VOC emissions at the county level.
Table 5-3 illustrates the application of this method to five counties.

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                        Table 5-2
STATE-SPECIFIC VOC EMISSIONS DUE TO  USE OF CONSUMER PRODUCTS
Vehicle Car Polishes
legist, and Wares
State (1,030) (1000 Ib)
Alabaia
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Coluibia
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Georgia
Havail
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Illinois
Indiana
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Kentucky
Louisiana
Kaine
Maryland
Kassachussetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
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217
1,1562
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15,384
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2,377
383
326
8,142
3,375
589
526
6,137
3,035
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1,490
1,777
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5,762
2,744
1,375
2,648
382
1,795
161
1,235
698
11,426
1,506
1,766
285
244
6,048
2,507
438
392
4,559
2,255
1,477
1,107
1,320
1,544
476
2,058
2,425
4,280
2,038
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351
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North Dakota
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41
64
38
65
339
56
626
254
29
534
147
119
458
40
131
33
235
659
56
24
294
203
66
193
22
112
67
114
590
97
1,090
. 441
50
628
255
206
796
69
226
57
409
1,146
98
42
511
353
115
337
38
National  Total
135,671
100,782      23,483
26,186      19,646
                                                                                                10,383
18,067
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5.4.2  Household-Based Apportionment

     Certain types of consumer products,  including all purpose cleaners, room
deodorants and disinfectants, window and  glass cleaners, and rug and upholstery
cleaners, might be apportioned more accurately on the basis of households than
on population.  Rather than using household counts per se, however, we
calculated "household-weighted preferences" in the same manner as we had
calculated "population-weighted preferences" in Section 4.1.2.  These values
were computed by substituting regional household numbers for P  in Equations 4-1
through 4-3.  The number of households in each state in 1984 was obtained from
the State and Metropolitan Area Data Book 1986 [41].  Table 5-4 shows the
household-based emission factors, by region, for the four consumer product
subcategories mentioned above.

     As an example, let us calculate VOC emissions from use of all-purpose
cleaners in Connecticut.  The midpoint household-based emission factor for this
consumer product subcategory in New England ranges from 0 to 3.51, with a
midpoint of 1.8 Ib/yr per household.  According to the Census Bureau [41],  there
were 1,094,000 households in Connecticut in 1984, the year on which the emission
factor is based.  Therefore, the midpoint VOC emission estimate is
(1.8)0,094,000) = 1,969,200 Ib.

     As in the case of automotive products, household-based emission estimates
are similar to those based upon population.  For example, the household- and
population-based values for all purpose cleaners in the West are 20,380,000 and
20,185,000 Ib/yr,  respectively.  In the Northeast,  the respective values are
32,041,000 and 30,502,000 Ib/yr.
5.5  ALTERNATIVE METHODS FOR ESTIMATING SPECIATED EMISSIONS

     Where speciated emissions estimates are necessary, such as in compiling an
air toxics emission inventory, a different approach than the one outlined in
Section 4.2 might yield more realistic results, albeit at a greater cost to the
State or local agency.   This approach, which was used in a recent study for the

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                                         Table 5-4

             PER-HOUSEHOLD EMISSION FACTORS FOR FOUR TYPES OF CONSUMER  PRODUCTS

                           (Emissions in Ib/yr VOC per household)
Marketing Region

New England
Middle Atlantic
East North Central
West North Central
South Atlantic
East South Central
West South Central
Mountain
Pacific
                      All Purpose Cleaners
Low Midpoint     High
                              Room Deodorants  and  Disinfectant;
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0 ,
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
1.8
1.8
1.4
1.4
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.2
1.2
3.51
3.51
2.76
2.76
3.15
3.15
3.15
2.38
2.38
                   Low Midpoint
                 High
0.89
0.89
0.70
0.70
0.80
0.80
0.80
0.61
0.61
1.6
1.6
1.3
1.3
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.1
1.1
2.39
2.39
1.88
1.88
2.15
2.15
2.15
1.62
1.62
                      Window and Glass Cleaners
                                Rug and Upholstery Cleaners
Marketing Region

New England
Middle Atlantic
East North Central
West North Central
South Atlantic
East South Central
West South Central
Mountain
Pacific
Low Midpoint
High
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.7
0.7
0.5
0.5
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.5
0.5
1.35
1.35
1.06
1.06
1.21
1.21
1.21
0.91
0.91
Low Midpoint
High
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.17
0.17
0.13
0.13
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.12
0.12
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California Air Resources Board to estimate solvent emissions from various
consumer products [42],  may be outlined as follows:

     (1)  From the State- or county-specific VOC inventory, identify the most
          important consumer product subcategories.

     (2)  From the appropriate version of the Simmons Study of Media and
          Markets,  or other sources, identify the two or three most important
          brands of the  product in the marketing region of interest.

     (3)  Alternatively,  conduct a shel.f survey at representative retail stores
          to obtain an approximate estimate of market shares.   In a shelf
          survey,  one visits three or four major retail vendors,  such as
          supermarkets,  hardware stores,  or department stores,  and,  for each
          consumer product subcategory of interest, counts the number of units
          of each  brand  on the shelf.   This exercise is also helpful in
          verifying the  composition of each brand name.

     (4)  Obtain formulation data from product labels or formularies,  such as
          Gosselin  et al.  [17],  which  report brand or trade names.   As has been
          noted  above, this may not yield useful  information.   It may be
          necessary to contact the manufacturers  of the major  brands to obtain
          more detailed  composition data.   Use the market share information to
          develop a composite species  profile.

     (5)  Estimate  total  VOC use by the methods described in Section 4.1.

     (6)  Multiply  the species profile weight fractions for each  compound  by the
          total  VOC use.

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                                    SECTION 6

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 FORMULATION
11
                    Table B-10
FORMULATION PROFILES FOR WINDOW AND GLASS CLEANERS
                   (Continued)

                                          PCT.VOC:  7
SAROAD
NUMBER
43301
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43301
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
NO VOC
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
B024-43-9 PERRFUME
67-56-1 METHYL ALCOHOL
: 12
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
8024-43-9 PERFUME
65-56-1 METHYL ALCOHOL
: 13
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME

: 14
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
32.04
PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
32.04 :
PCT.
MOL.
WEIGHT

PCT.
MOL".
WEIGHT
PCT
WT.
0.00
100.00
.VOC: 18
PCT.
WT.
0.00
100.00
VOC: 0
PCT
WT.

VOC: 0
PCT
WT.
PCT.
VOL.
0.00
100.00

PCT.
VOL.
0.00
100.00

PCT.
VOL.


PCT.
VOL.
NO VOC
                                        B-48

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                APPENDIX A




ORIGINAL CONSUMER PRODUCT CATEGORIES LIST
                  A-i

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 41"
 42.
43"
44'
45.
46.
     ™fc DePa^ment  of Commerce.   1988.   State and Metropolitan Area Data Book
     1986.  A Statistical  Abstract  Supplement.   Bureau of the Census,
     Washington, DC.                                                 '

     Rogozen. M.B., R.D. Rapoport and A.  Shochet.   1985.   Development and
     Improvement of Organic  Compound Emission  Inventories for California
     Prepared by Science Applications International  Corporation  for the  '
     California Air Resources  Board, SAIC-85/1531.
     PrpnnhPT                 2'J: Dean-   1982'   NPCA  Data  Bank  Program.
     Prepared by SRI International and Chemical Marketing Services,  Inc.  for  the
     National Paint and Coatings Association, Washington, D.C.
           *'VrP'A'iCrVSG rnd S',C' Most-  1988«  Toxic Air Pollutant Emission
     Factors—A Compilation for Selected Air Toxic Compounds and Sources.  U.S.
     Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Air Quality Planning and

     EPA-450/2^88-006a  "ty Management Dlvis1on' Research Triangle Park, NC,


     Jones,  L.P.  1989.  Personal communication from State of California,  Air
     Resources Board,  Industrial Section, Sacramento,  CA (January 20).

     Lahre,  T.P.  1986.  Compiling Air Toxics Emission Inventories.  U.S.
     Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Air Quality Planning and
     S£n h   I'  MoniJ°!:in9 a"d Sata Analysis Division, Air Management Technology
     Branch,  Research  Triangle Park,  NC,  EPA-450/4-86-010.
                                     6-4

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                                                    October 10,  1985

                AVAILABILITY OF DATA BY PRODUCT CATEGORY
   - CATEGORIES        USAGE   COMPOSITION   GEOGRAPHIC

    PROPELLENT PRODUCTS
    (ONLY)

    Paints  and
    Finishes:
1.
2.
3.
4.





Paints
Primers
Varnishes
Other Related
Products
a. strippers
b. graffiti
removers
c . show and
decorative
products
YES
YES
YES


NO
NO

NO

YES
YES
YES


YES
YES

YES

YES
YES
YES


NO
NO '

NO

NEW
NEW
NEW


N/A
N/A

N/A

B. Household Products:

   1. Laundry Products
      a. starch
      b. fabric finish  YES         NcT          NO         NEW
a. starch __      YES         YES          NO         NEW
   2. Other Household
      Products
      a- dyes           YES         YES          NO         NEW
      b- fuels          NO          YES          NO         N/A
      c. anti-static    YES         NO           NO         NEW
         sprays
      d. fabric stain   NO          NO           NO         N/A
         repellents                                          /A

   Personal Care
   Products:

   1. Other Hair Care   YES         NO           NO         NEW
      Products-mousses

   2. Spray Powders     YES         NO           YES         NEW

   3. Other Personal    YES         YES           YES         NEW
      Care Products-
      breath freshers

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           AVAILABILITY OF DATA BY PRODUCT CATEGORY (Continued)

D.


CATEGORIES
Automotive and
Industrial
Products:
1. Refrigerants
2. Engine
USAGE

NO
YES
COMPOSITION
NO
YES
GEOGRAPHIC
NO
NO
OLD/NEW
DATA

N/A
NEW
   3. Lubricants
      and  Silicones
      a. penetrating    YES
         oils
      b. demoisturizers NO
      c..rust  proofing   NO
      d. mold  release

   4. Undercoatings

   5. Break Cleaners

   6. Tire Sealants
      and  Inflators

   7. Carburator  and
      Choke Cleaners

   8. Engine Starting
      Fluids

E. Food Products:

   1. Cheese Spread

   2. Whipped  Cream

   3. Pan Sprays
YES
NO
NEW
NO
NO
NO
YES
NO
YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
YES
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
N/A
N/A
N/A
NEW
N/A
NEW
NEW
NEW
NEW
N/A
N/A

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           AVAILABILITY OF DATA BY PRODUCT CATEGORY (Continued)
      CATEGORIES        USAGE   COMPOSITION  GEOGRAPHIC
D. Personal Care
   Products:
    4.  Waxes and
       Polishes
       a.  shoe polishes  YES        YES           NO         NEW
       b.  leather        NO         YES           NO         N/A
          dressings                                          "/A
       c.  furniture      YES        YES           YES         NEW
          waxes and                                          NEW
          polishes

    5.  Adhesives         YES        YES           NO         OLD

    6.  Other  Household
       Products
      a' I"8             YES        YES          NO          NEW
         deodorizers                                         W£lW
         and
         fresheners
      b- drain           YES        YES          YES         NEW
         openers                                              *
1.
2.
3.


4.





5.



Shaving Lathers
Hair Sprays
Other Hair
Care Products
a. rinses and
conditioners
b. shampoo
Pharmaceuticals
a. vaporizers
b. fungicides
c. burn
treatments
d. antiseptics.
e. contraceptives
Colognes,
Perfumes,
After-shave
a. colognes
b. perfumes
c. after-shave"
YES
YES


YES
YES
YES
YES
YES

YES
•YES



YES
YES
YES
YES
YES


YES
YES
NO
YES
YES

YES
NO



YES
YES
YES
YES
YES


YES
YES
NO
YES
NO

NO
NO



YES
YES
YES
NEW
.NEW


NEW
NEW
NEW
NEW
NEW

NEW
NEW



NEW
NEW
NEW

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           AVAILABILITY OF DATA BY PRODUCT CATEGORY (Continued)
      CATEGORIES
USAGE   COMPOSITION  GEOGRAPHIC
II. COMBINATION  PRODUCTS
    (BOTH  PROPELLENT
     AND NON-PROPELLENT)

A. Insecticides:

   1. Space      .       YES
      Insecticides

   2. Residual
      Insecticides
      a. personal and   NO
         surface
         repellents
      b. moth proofers

B. Herbicides and
   Fungicides:

C. Household Products:

   1.  Room              YES
      Deodorants and
      Disinfectants

   2.  Cleaners
      a. window and     YES
         glass
         cleaners"
      b. oven           YES
      c. rug and        YES
         upholstery
      d. fabric         NO
      e. vail           NO
      f. tile           YES

   3.  Laundry Products
      a. prewash        YES
      b. spot           YES
         removers
            YES
 NO
            YES
NO
            YES
YES
            YES
            YES
            YES

            NO
            YES
            YES
            YES
            YES
YES
YES
YES

NO
NO
YES
YES
NO
          OLD/NEW
            DATA
                                    NEW
N/A
NO
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
N/A
NEW
NEW
NEW
NEW
NEW

N/A
N/A
NEW
NEW
NEW

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           AVAILABILITY OF DATA BY PRODUCT CATEGORY (Continued)
      CATEGORIES        USAGE   COMPOSITION  GEOGRAPHIC
 III.  NON-PROPELLENT
      PRODUCTS (ONLY)

 A.  Personal Care
    Products:


    1.  Nail Polishes     YES        YES          YES        NEW

    2.  Nail Polish       NO         YES          NO         N/A
       Removers                                                •


    3.  Pre-shave          YES        YES          YES        KPU
       Preparations                              IES        NEW


    4.  Rubbing           YES        YES          YES        NEW
       Compounds                                      •       N£W
       (alcohol)


    5.  Face Washes       YES        YES       .   NO         NEW
       (astringents                                         W£W
       and witch
       hazel)

    6.  Facial  Creams      YES        YES          YES        WFW
       and  Washes
7. Hand Lotions
8. Mouthwashes
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
NEW
NEW
B. Household Products:

   1. Ball Point and
      Porous Point
      Pens
a. ball point
b. porous point
2. Floor
3. Floor
4. Metal
_ .. _» »*
Cleaners
Waxes
Cleaners
^ • •
NO
NO
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
YES
YES
NO
N/A
N/A
NEW
NEW
NEW

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AVAILABILITY OF DATA BY PRODUCT CATEGORY (Continued)
CATEGORIES
             USAGE
                          OLD/NEW
COMPOSITION  GEOGRAPHIC     DATA
 6.  Personal
    Deodorants and
    Antiperspirants
    a.  deodorants     YES
       and
       antiper-
       spirants
    b.  deodorant       NO
       colognes

 7.  Other Personal
    Care Products
    a.  suntan
       preparations
    b.  depilatories

 Animal Products-
 Veterinarian  and
 Pet Products:

 1.  Shampoo

 2.  Insecticides

 3.  Repellents

 Automotive  and
 Industrial  Products:

 1. Cleaners
   a. automotive      YES
      upholstery
   b. leather
   c. vinyl
   d. dressings
   e. tire cleaners

2. Auto Windshield.   YES
   Washer Fluid
   and De-icer

3. Caulking and       YES
   Sealing
   Compounds
                         YES
                         NO
                         YES
                         YES
                         YES
                 YES
                 NO
                 NO
                 NO
                 NO
                                                       NEW
                                                       N/A
YES
YES
NO
NO
NO
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
NEW
NEW
N/A
N/A
N/A
                                                      NEW
NO
YES
NO
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
N/A
NEW
N/A
NEW
                                                      NEW
                                                      OLD

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                 APPENDIX B




SPECIES PROFILES FOR INDIVIDUAL FORMULATIONS
                  B-i

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           AVAILABILITY OF DATA BY PRODUCT CATEGORY (Continued)
- CATEGORIES        USAGE   COMPOSITION  GEOGRAPHIC

C.  Automotive and
    Industrial Products:

    1.  Barbeque          NO         YES          NO         N/A
       Lighter Fluids                                       N/A

    2.  Antifreezes       YES        YES          YES        NEW

    3.  Auto  Cleaners,    YES        YES          YES        NFU
       Polishes,  and                                        N£>w
       Waxes

    4.  Auto  Degreasers    YES        YES          NO         NEW
YES - data is  available
NO  - data is  not  available
NEW - recent data-after  1980
OLD - old data-1980  or before
N/A - not applicable-age  dependent
      data not available

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                                      Table B-l
                FORMULATION PROFILES FOR PAINTS, PRIMERS AND VARNISHES
 FORMULATION 1: (ARCH. CTG.,  WATER-BASED, INTER., FLAT)
                                                    PCT.VOC: 100
 SAROAD
 NUMBER
      CAS
   NUMBER
                            SPECIES NAME
                                    MOL.
                                  WEIGHT
            PCT
            WT.
           PCT.
           VOL.
 43369
 43370
             GLYCOL  ETHERS  AND  ESTER ETHERS
             MISCELLANEOUS
 57-55-6     PROPYLENE  GLYCOL
 107-21-1     ETHYLENE GLYCOL
                                  50.00
                                  50.00
                                  76.11
                                  62.10
          14.00
           1.80
          28.70
          55.50
          17.65
           2.27
          23.76
          56.32
 FORMULATION 2:  (ARCH.  CTG.,  WATER-BASED,  INTER.,  GLOSS)
                                                    PCT.VOC:  100
 SAROAD
 NUMBER
     CAS
  NUMBER
                            SPECIES NAME
                                   MOL.
                                 WEIGHT
           PCT
           UT.
          PCT.
          VOL.
43369
43370
 57-55-6
107-21-1
OTHER KETONES AND ESTERS
GLYCOL ETHERS AND ESTER ETHERS
MISCELLANEOUS
PROPYLENE GLYCOL
ETHYLENE GLYCOL
50.00
50.00
50.00
76.11
62.10
 3.60
17.40
 2.30
50.20
26.30
 4.89
22.41
 2.96
42.47
27.27
FORMULATION 3:  (ARCH. CTG., WATER-BASED,  INTER..,  OTHER)
                                                   PCT.VOC: 100
SAROAD
NUMBER
     CAS
  NUMBER
                           SPECIES NAME
                                   MOL.
                                 WEIGHT
           PCT
           WT.
          PCT.
          VOL.
43370
            GLYCOL ETHERS AND ESTER ETHERS    50.00
107-21-1    ETHYLENE GLYCOL                   62.10
                                           18.40
                                           80.60
                  22.09
                  77.91
FORMULATION 4: (ARCH. CTG., OIL-BASED, INTER., FLAT)
                                                   PCT.VOC: 100
SAROAD
NUMBER
43000
45102
CAS
NUMBER
1330-20-7
SPECIES NAME
ALIPHATIC HYDROCARBONS
ISOMERS OF XYLENE
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
106.17
PCT
WT.
99.29
.71
PCT.
VOL.
99.38
.62
                                        B-2

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                                       Table B-i

                 FORMULATION PROFILES FOR PAINTS, PRIMERS AND VARNISHES
                                      (Continued)
  FORMULATION 9i  (ARCH.  CTG.,  WATER-BASED,  EXTERIOR, TRIM)
                                                   PCT.VOC:  100
  SAROAD
  NUMBER
 43369
 43370
     CAS
  NUMBER
 57-55-6
107-21-1
 SPECIES NAME

 OTHER KETONES AND ESTERS
 GLYCOL ETHERS AND ESTER ETHERS
 PROPYLENE GLYCOL
 ETHYLENE GLYCOL
    MOL.
 WEIGHT

  50.00
  50.00
  76.11
  62.10
   PCT
   WT.

 45.50
  0.00
 21.20
 33.30
  PCT.
  VOL.

 52. 76
  0.00
 16.15'
 31.09
 FORMULATION 10:  (ARCH. CTG., WATER-BASED, EXTERIOR, STAIN)
                                                   PCT.VOC:  100
 SAROAD
 NUMBER
 43370
     CAS
  NUMBER
                107-21-1
 SPECIES NAME

 OTHER KETONES AND ETHERS
 ETHYLENE GLYCOL
   MOL.
 WEIGHT

  50.00
  62.10
   PCT
   WT.

34.60
65.40
  PCT.
  VOL.

39.65
60.35
 FORMULATION 11:  (ARCH.  CTG.,  WATER-BASED,  EXTER.,  OTHER)
                                                  PCT.VOC:  100
 SAROAD
 NUMBER
43370
    CAS
 NUMBER
                107-21-1
 SPECIES  NAME

 OTHER KETONES AND ESTERS
 GLYCOL ETHERS AND ESTER ETHERS
 ETHYLENE GLYCOL
   MOL.
WEIGHT

 50.00
 50.00
 62.10
  PCT
  WT.

24.50
 0.00
75.50
 PCT.
 VOL.

28.73
 0.00
71.27
FORMULATION 12:  (ARCH. CTG., OIL-BASED, EXTER., HOUSE PAINT)
                                                  PCT.VOC: 100
SAROAD
NUMBER

43000
45102
    CAS
 NUMBER
              1330-20-7
SPECIES NAME

ALIPHATIC HYDROCARBONS
ISOMERS OF XYLENE
  MOL.
WEIGHT
  PCT
  WT.
                                             50.00    97.80
                                            106.17     2.20
 PCT.
 VOL.

 1.96
  .02
                                        B-4

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                                       Table B-i
                 FORMULATION PROFILES  FOR PAINTS,  PRIMERS AND VARNISHES
                                      (Continued)
 FORMULATIONS:  (ARCH.  CTG. ,  OIL-BASED,  INTER.,  GLOSSY)
                                                                   PCT.VOC:  100
 SAROAD
 NUMBER

 43000
 45102
      CAS
   NUMBER
1330-20-7
SPECIES NAME

ALIPHATIC HYDROCARBONS
ISOMERS OF XYLENE
  MOL.
WEIGHT

 50.00
106.17
  PCT
  WT.

98.70
 1.30
 PCT.
 VOL.

99.38
  .62
 FORMULATION 6: CARCH. CTG., OIL-BASED, INTER., VARNISH)
                                                    PCT.VOC:  100
 SAROAD
 NUMBER

 43000
 43304
      CAS
   NUMBER
  67-63-0
SPECIES NAME

ALIPHATIC HYDROCARBONS
ISO-PROPYL ALCOHOL
  MOL.
WEIGHT

 50.00
 60.10
  PCT
  WT.

94.40
 5.60
 PCT.
 VOL.

95.30
 4.70
 FORMULATION 7:  (ARCH.  CTG.,  OIL-BASED,  INTER.,  OTHER)
                                                   PCT.VOC:  100
 SAROAD
 NUMBER
     CAS
  NUMBER
                            SPECIES NAME
                                   MOL.
                                 WEIGHT
            PCT
            WT.
          PCT.
          VOL.
 43000
 43304
            ALIPHATIC HYDROCARBONS
 67-63-0   . ISO-PROPYL ALCOHOL
                                 50.00
                                 60.10
         98.40
           1.60
         98.67
          1.33
FORMULATION 8:  (ARCH. CTG., WATER-BASED, EXTER., HOUSE PAINT)
                                                   PCT.VOC: 100
SAROAD
NUMBER
     CAS
  NUMBER
                           SPECIES NAME
                                  MOL.
                                WEIGHT
           PCT
           WT.
         PCT.
         VOL.
43304
43370
            OTHER KETONES- AND ESTERS
 67-63-0    ISO-PROPYL ALCOHOL
107-21-1    ETHYLENE GLYCOL
                                 50.00
                                 60.10
                                 62.10
         43.70
          1.30
         55.00
        49,07
         1.21
        49.72
                                        B-3

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                                      Table B-l

                FORMULATION  PROFILES  FOR PAINTS,  PRIMERS  AND VARNISHES
                                     (Continued)
FORMULATION  17:  (ARCH.  CTG.,  OIL-BASED,  EXTER.,  OTHER)
                                                    PCT.VOC: 100
SAROAD
NUMBER
43000
CAS
NUMBER

SPECIES NAME
ALIPHATIC HYDROCARBONS
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
PCT
UT.
100.00
PCT.
VOL.
100.00
FORMULATION 18J (AEROSOL PAINTS)
                                                    PCT.VOC: 100
SAROAD
NUMBER
      CAS
   NUMBER
SPECIES NAME
  MOL.
WEIGHT
PCT
WT.
PCT.
VOL.
43000
43802
43814
45102
45202
             ALIPHATIC HYDROCARBONS
  75-09-2    METHYLENE CHLORIDE
  71-55-6    1,1,1-TRICHLOROETHANE
1330-20-7    ISOMERS OF XYLENE
 108-88-3    TOLUENE
                                  50.00
                                  84.93
                                 133.41
                                 106.17
                                  92.10
          58.00
          11.73
           2.07
          10.20
          16.20
       73.16
        8.71
         .98
        6.06
       11.09
                                        B-6

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                                      Table B-l
                FORMULATION PROFILES FOR PAINTS, PRIMERS AND VARNISHES
                                     (Continued)
 FORMULATION 13: (ARCH. CTG.,  OIL-BASED, EXTER., ENAMEL)
                                                                   PCT.VOC: 100
 SAROAD
 NUMBER
                     CAS
                  NUMBER
                            SPECIES NAME

                            ALIPHATIC HYDROCARBONS
   MOL.
 WEIGHT
 PCT
 WT.
 PCT.
 VOL.
 43000
                                                              50.00   100.00   100.00
 FORMULATION 14:  (ARCH.  CTG.,  OIL-BASED,  EXTER., PRIMER)
                                                                   PCT.VOC: 100
 SAROAD
 NUMBER
                     CAS
                  NUMBER
                            SPECIES NAME

                            ALIPHATIC HYDROCARBONS
   MOL.
 WEIGHT
 PCT
 WT.
 PCT.
 VOL.
 43000
                                                              50.00   100.00   100.00
FORMULATION  15:  (ARCH.  CTG.,  OIL-BASED,  EXTER.,  VARNISH)
                                                                   PCT.VOC:  100
SAROAD
NUMBER
                     CAS
                  NUMBER
                            SPECIES  NAME

                            ALIPHATIC  HYDROCARBONS
  MOL.
WEIGHT
PCT
WT.
PCT.
VOL.
43000
                                                              50.00    100.00    100.00
FORMULATION 16:  (ARCH. CTG., OIL-BASED, EXTER., STAINS)
                                                                   PCT.VOC:  100
SAROAD
NUMBER
                    CAS
                 NUMBER
                           SPECIES NAME

                           ALIPHATIC HYDROCARBONS
  MOL.
WEIGHT
PCT
WT.
PCT.
VOL.
43000
                                                             50.00   100.00   100.00
                                        B-5

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                                    """
                                            Table 8-7
      FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43302
43823
CAS
	 NUMBER
64-17-s
75-71-s
                                                                 PCT.VOC:
__ SPECIES' NAME

        ALCOHOL
                                                             MOL.
                                                           WEIGHT
                                                PCT
                                                WT.

                                                           46.07
                                                          120.90
                 : 6
SAROAD
NUMBER
43302
43823
CAS
NUMBER
64-17-5
75-71-e
                                   IES
                                                           MOL.
                                                         WEIGHT
                                             47.92
                                             52.08
                                                                      :  96
                                              PCT
                                              WT.
        PCT.
        VOL.

       70.71
      29.29
      PCT.
      VOL.
  FORMULATION
      __::rn.u_RODlPLuoROMETHANE   £;£   47,* """^'7\
                         	-	ff;ff_   29.*29
SAROAD
NUMBER
43302
43823
CAS
	 NUMBER
64-17-s
75-7l-8
                                                             pCT.
                             SPECIES
              NAME
                                                        MOL.
                                                      WEIGHT
                                            PCT
                                            WT.
    PCT.
    VOL.
FORMULATION
    ..o?,r       HANE   ^       «.«--;--;
                      	!^ff    28.84
SAROAD
NUMBER
43302
43811
43823
CAS
NUMBER
64-17-5
75-69-4
75-71-8
                                                                  :  97
'    SPECIES NAME                MOL,  '""^L	•
    pi:;:	      WE^GHT       ™T    PCT.
    ^MyL ALCOHOL        "                        VOL.
    Tn/CHLOROF/.nnDft.,.,.-..        46. n?    ~~           -
                                                     46.07

                                                    120, 90
                                       48.45

                                       25.77
72.41

14.68
                                     B-8

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                                    Table B-2
                       FORMULATION PROFILES FOR HAIR SPRAYS

                                                           PCT.VOC: 97
FORMULATION  :  1                                               .
                                                                           ._
                                                       ^g QJ     48.45    71. ID
                 ££•    ITH^^^^   iaB:.o    «.»_»;«
 43823                    __-_---------~---~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

                                                            PCT.VOC: 97
 FORMULATION  :  2

 ............... ................ "    """" ......            MOL.
                             SPEC.ESNAHE
                                                                            ^g
                                                             PCT.VOC: 96
  FORMULATION  : 3
                              S.EC.ES NAHE           „
                                                    ----
                                                         Ag nj    47.92    70.71
                                                        1».90    S.oe29
                                                              PCT.VOC: 96
   FORMULATION  t A

                                            B-7

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                                     Table B-2
                        FORMULATION PROFILES FOR HAIR SPRAYS
                                    (Continued)
FORMULATION  :  12
                                                            PCT.VOC: 96
SAROAD
NUMBER
43302
43802
43811
43823
FORMULATION

SAROAD
NUMBER
43302
43802
43811
43823
FORMULATION

SAROAD
NUMBER
43302
43454
43802
43811
43823
CAS
NUMBER
64-17-5
75-09-2
75-69-4
75-71-8
: 13

CAS
NUMBER
64-17-5
75-09-2
75-69-4
75-71-8
: 14

CAS
NUMBER
64-17-5
84-66-2
75-09-2
75-69-4
75-71-8

SPECIES NAME
ESSENTIAL OIL
ETHYL ALCOHOL
METHYLENE CHLORIDE
TR I CHLOROFLUOROMETHANE
D I CHLOROD I FLUOROMETHANE


SPECIES NAME
ESSENTIAL OIL
ETHYL ALCOHOL
METHYLENE CHLORIDE
TR I CHLOROFLUOROMETHANE
D I CHLOROD I FLUOROMETHANE


SPECIES NAME
ESSENTIAL OIL
ETHYL ALCOHOL
DIETHYLPHTHALATE
METHYLENE CHLORIDE
TR I CHLOROFLUOROMETHANE
D I CHLOROD I FLUOROMETHANE

MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
46.07
84.93
137.36
120.91

PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
46.07
84.93
137.36
120.90

PCT.
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
46.07
222.20
84.93
137.36
120.91

PCT
WT.
.31
4.17
26.04
34.74
34.74

.VOC: 95
PCT
WT.
.32
36.46
10.54
15.81
36.88

VOC: 95
PCT
WT.
.32
41.68
.11
15.79
4.21
37.89

PCT.
VOL.
.66
9.59
32.50
26.80
30.45


PCT.
VOL.
.47
58.98
9.25
8.58
22.73


PCT.
VOL.
.44
62.77
.03
12.90
2.13
21.74
                                      B-10

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FORMULATION
                                     Table B-2
                        FORMULATION PROFILES FOR HAIR SPRAYS
                                    (Continued)
                                                            PCT.VOC: 90.8
SAROAD
NUMBER
43302
43304
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43302
43811
43823
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43302
43802
43811
43823
CAS
NUMBER
64-17-5
67-63-0
: 10
CAS
NUMBER
64-17-5
75-69-4
75-71-8
: 11
CAS
NUMBER
64-17-5
75-09-2
75-69-4
75-71-8
SPECIES NAME
ETHYL ALCOHOL
ISO-PROPYL ALCOHOL

SPECIES NAME
ESSENTIAL OIL
ETHYL ALCOHOL
TR I CHLOROFLUOROMETHANE
D I CHLOROD I FLUOROMETHANE

SPECIES NAME
ESSENTIAL OIL
ETHYL ALCOHOL
METHYLENE CHLORIDE
TR I CHLOROFLUOROMETHANE
D I CHLOROD I FLUOROMETHANE
MOL.
WEIGHT
46.07
60.10
PCT
MOL. .
WEIGHT
50.00
46.07
137.36
120.91
PCT.
MOL.
WEIGHT

PCT
WT.
92.55
7.45
.VOC: 97
PCT
WT.
.31
37.71
30.99
30.99
VOC: 96
PCT
WT.
.31
10.42
15.62
36.82
36.82
PCT.
VOL.
94.19
5.81

PCT.
VOL.


. PCT.
VOL.
.63
22.86
18.60
27.11
30.79
                                       B-9

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FORMULATION
                      Table B-2
         FORMULATION PROFILES FOR HAIR SPRAYS
                     (Continued)
18
                                             pCT>VQCj  QQ
SAROAD
NUMBER
43302
43811
43823
FORMULATION
SAROAD
43811
43823
CAS
NUMBER
64-17-5
75-69-4
75-71-8
! 19
CAS
NUMBER
75-71-8
SPECIES NAME
ETHYL ALCOHOL
TR I CHLOROFLUOROMETHANE
D I CHLOROD I FLUOROMETHANE

SPECIES NAME
TR I CHLOROFLUOROMETHANE
D I CHLOROD I FLUOROMETHANE
WEIGHT
46.07
137.36
120.91
PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT
137.36
120.91
PCT
WT.
28.57
35.71
35.71
.VOC: 66
WT.
53.03
4.55
VOL.
52.76
22.12
25.13

PCT.
VOL.
28.71
2.80
                        B-12

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                                      Table. B-2
                         FORMULATION PROFILES FOR HAIR SPRAYS
                                     (Continued)
 FORMULATION  : 15
                                                             PCT.VOC: 99.9
SAROAD
NUMBER

43304
43802
43811
43823
CAS
NUMBER

67-63-0
75-09-2
75-69-4
75-71-8
SPECIES NAME
ESSENTIAL OIL
ISO-PROPYL ALCOHOL
METHYLENE CHLORIDE
TR ICHLOROFLUOROMETHANE
D I CHLOROFLUOROMETHANE
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
60.10
84.93
137.36
120.91
PCT
WT.
.30
29.63
10.01
30.03
30.03
PCT.
VOL.
55
45.49
10.87
20.17
22.91
 FORMULATION  :  16
                                                             PCT.VOC:  93.9
SAROAD
NUMBER

43302
43811
43823
CAS
NUMBER

64-17-5
75-69-4
75-71-8
SPECIES NAME
ESSENTIAL OIL
ETHYL ALCOHOL
TR I CHLOROFLUOROMETHANE
D I CHLOROD I FLUOROMETHANE
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
46.07
137.36
120.91
PCT
WT.
.32
35.78
31.95
31.95
PCT.
VOL.
50
60.68
18.17
20.64
FORMULATION   :  17
                                                            PCT.VOC:
SAROAD
NUMBER
 CAS
 NUMBER
                            SPECIES NAME
  MOL.
WEIGHT
PCT
WT.
PCT.
VOL.
43302
43811
43823
           ESSENTIAL OIL              50.00       31
64-17-5    ETHYL ALCOHOL              46.07    37.19
75-69-4    TRICHLOROFLUOROMETHANE    137.36    31.25
75-71-8    DICHLORODIFLUOROMETHANE   120.91    31.25
                     .48
                   62.12
                   17.51
                   19.89
                                        B-ll

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FORMULATION
                                     Table B-3
                   FORMULATION PROFILES FOR ALL PURPOSE CLEANERS
                                     (Continued)
18
                                                          PCT.VOC: 0
SAROAD CAS
NUMBER NUMBER SPECIES NAME
PERFUME
FORMULATION : 21
SAROAD CAS
NUMBER NUMBER SPECIES NAME
^3369 * 57-55-6 PROPYLENE GLYCOL
FORMULATION : 22
SAROAD CAS
NUMBER NUMBER SPECIES NAME
*3369 57-55-6 PROPYLENE GLYCOL
FORMULATION : 23
SAROAD CAS
NUMBER NUMBER SPECIES NAME
PERFUME
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
PCI
MOL.
WEIGHT
90.10
PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT
90.10
PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
PCT
WT.
0.00
".VOC: 3.
PCT
WT.
100.00
.VOC: 3.
PCT
WT.
100.00
.VOC: 0
PCT
WT.
0.00
PCT.
VOL.
0.00
5
PCT.
VOL.
100.00
5
PCX,
VOL.
100.00

PCT.
VOL.
0.00
                                       B-14

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                                     Table B-3
                   FORMULATION PROFILES FOR ALL PURPOSE CLEANERS
FORMULATIONS
1-2,4-20,23,25-29,33-34,37,39-51,56-64,
68-72,86-87,89-92,95,98,101-102,107-110,
112-116,118,120
                                                          PCT.VOC: 0
SAROAD CAS
NUMBER NUMBER SPECIES NAME
NO VOC
FORMULATION : 3
SAROAD CAS
NUMBER NUMBER SPECIES NAME
8002-09-3 PINE OIL
43304 67-63-0 ISO-PROPYL ALCOHOL
FORMULATION : 9
SAROAD CAS
NUMBER NUMBER SPECIES NAME
PERFUME
FORMULATION : J.O
SAROAD CAS
NUMBER NUMBER SPECIES NAME
MOL.
WEIGHT

PCT.
MOL. .
WEIGHT
50.00
60.10
PCT.
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
PCT.
MOL.
WEIGHT
PCT
WT.

.VOC: 27.
PCT
WT.
36.36
63.64
VOC: 0
PCT
WT.
0.00
VOC: 0
PCT
WT.
PCT.
VOL.

5
PCT.
VOL.
20.13
79.87

PCT.
VOL.
0.00

PCT.
VOL.
                          PERFUME
                                     50.00
0.00
0.00
                                       B-13

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                                     Table B-3
                   FORMULATION PROFILES FOR ALL PURPOSE CLEANERS
                                    (Continued)
FORNULATI ON
35
                                                          PCT.VOC: 42
SAROAD
NUMBER
43125
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43125
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43369
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER

CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
8002-09-3 PINE OIL
8008-20-6 KEROSENE
: 36
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
8002-09-3 PINE OIL
8008-20-6 KEROSENE
: 38
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
57-55-6 PROPYLENE GLYCOL
: 52
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
PERFUME
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
50.00
PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
50.00
PCT.
MOL.
WEIGHT
90. 10 1
PCT.
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
PCT
WT.
35.71
64.29
.VOC: 33
PCT
WT.
9.09
90.91
VOC: 6
PCT
WT.
00.00
VOC: 0
PCT
WT.
0.00 ,
PCT.
VOL.
35.71
64.29

PCT.
VOL.
9.09
90.91

PCT.
VOL.
100.00

PCT.
VOL.
0.00
                                      B-16

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FORMULATION  : 24
                  Table B-3
FORMULATION PROFILES FOR ALL PURPOSE CLEANERS
                 (Continued)
                                     \
                                       PCT.VOCs
SAROAD
NUMBER
43369
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43312
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43312
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43312
CAS
NUMBER
57-55-6
:30
CAS
NUMBER
112-34-5
: 31
CAS
NUMBER
112-34-5
: 32
CAS
NUMBER
112-34-5
SPECIES NAME
PROPYLENE CLYCOL

SPECIES NAME
2-(2-BUTOXYETHOXY)-
ETHANOL

SPECIES NAME
2-(2-BUTOXYETHOXY)-
ETHANOL

SPECIES NAME
2-(2-BUTOXYETHOXY)-
ETHANOL
MOL. PCT
WEIGHT WT.
90.10 100.00
PCT.VOC: 5
MOL. PCT
WEIGHT UT.
162.23 100.00
PCT.VOC: 5
MOL. PCT
WEIGHT UT.
' 162.23 100.00
PCT.VOC:
MOL. PCT
WEIGHT WT.
162.23 100.00
PCT.
VOL.
100.00

PCT.
VOL.
100.00

PCT.
VOL.
100.00
5.00
PCT.
VOL.
100.00
                                      B-15

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                                     Table B-3
                   FORMULATION PROFILES FOR ALL PURPOSE CLEANERS
                                    (Continued)
FORMULATION  :  66
                                                          PCT.VOC:  3
SAROAD
NUMBER
43312

FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43312

FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43354

FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43308
CAS
NUMBER
' 112-34-5

: 67
CAS
NUMBER
112-34-5

s 73
CAS
NUMBER
5131-66-8

: 74
CAS
NUMBER
111-76-2
SPECIES NAME
2-<2-BUTOXYETHOXY)-
ETHANOL

SPECIES NAME
2-C2-BUTOXYETHOXY)-
ETHANOL


SPECIES NAME
PROPYLENE GLYCOL
BUTYL ETHER


SPECIES NAME
BUTYL CELLOSOLVE
MOL. PCT PCT.
WEIGHT WT. VOL.
162.23 100.00 100.00

PCT.VOC:
MOL. PCT PCT.
WEIGHT WT. VOL.
162.23 100.00 100.00

PCT.VOC: 3
MOL. PCT PCT.
WEIGHT WT. VOL.
132.20 100.00 100.00

PCT.VOC: 6.5
MOL. PCT PCT.
WEIGHT WT. VOL.
118.17 100.00 100.00
                                      B-18

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                                      Table B-3

                    FORMULATION PROFILES FOR ALL PURPOSE CLEANERS
                                     (Continued)
 FORHULATI ON
 53
                                                           PCT.VOC: 0
SAROAD CAS
NUMBER NUMBER SPECIES NAME
PERFUME
FORMULATION : 54
SAROAD CAS
NUMBER NUMBER SPECIES NAME
43310 . 109-86-4 METHYL CELLOSOLVE
FORMULATION : 55
SAROAD CAS
NUMBER NUMBER SPECIES NAME
43308 111-76-2 BUTYL CELLOSOLVE
FORMULATION : 65
SAROAD CAS
NUMBER NUMBER SPECIES NAME
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
PCI
MOL.
WEIGHT
761.10
PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT
118.17
PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT
PCT
WT.
0.00
'.VOC: 2
PCT
WT.
100.00
.VOC:
PCT
WT.
100.00
.VOC: 3
PCT
WT.
PCT.
VOL.
0.00

PCT.
VOL.
100.00

PCT.
VOL.
100.00

PCT.
VOL.
43312
112-34-5    2-C2-BUTOXYETHOXY)-
            ETHANOL
162.23   100.00   100.00
                                        B-17

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                                     Table B-3
                   FORMULATION PROFILES FOR ALL PURPOSE CLEANERS
                                    (Continued)
FORMULATION  : 79
                                                          PCT.VOC: 5
SAROAD
NUMBER
43312
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43312
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43312
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43308
CAS
NUMBER
112-34-5
: 80
CAS
NUMBER
112-34-5
: 81
CAS
NUMBER
73
: 82
CAS
NUMBER
111-76-2
SPECIES NAME
2-<2-BUTOXYETHOX-Y)-
ETHANOL

SPECIES NAME
2-(2-BUTOXYETHOXY)-
ETHANOL

SPECIES NAME
2-C2-BUTOXYETHOXY)-
ETHANOL

SPECIES NAME
BUTYL CELLOSOLVE '
MOL. PCT PCT.
WEIGHT WT. VOL.
162.23 100.00 100.00
PCT.VOC: 5
MOL. PCT PCT.
WEIGHT WT. VOL.
162.23 100.00 100.00
PCT.VOC: 5
MOL. PCT PCT.
WEIGHT WT. VOL.
162.23 100.00 100.00
PCT.VOC: 10
MOL. . PCT PCT.
WEIGHT WT. VOL.
118.17 100.00 100.00
                                      B-20

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FORMULATION  : 75
                  Table B-3
FORMULATION PROFILES FOR ALL PURPOSE CLEANERS
                 (Continued)

                                       PCT.VOC:
                                                                        5.00
SAROAD
NUMBER
43308
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43308
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43308
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43312
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
111-76-2 BUTYL CELLOSOLVE
: 76 .
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
111-76-2 BUTYL CELLOSOLVE
: 77
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
111-76-2 BUTYL CELLOSOLVE
; 78
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
112-34-5 2-(2-BUTOXYETHOXY)-
ETHANOL
MOL.
WEIGHT
118.17
PC'
MOL.
WEIGHT
118.17
PCI
MOL.
WEIGHT
118.17
PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT
162.23
PCT
WT.
100.00
F.VOC: 3.
PCT
WT.
100.00
'.VOC: 5
PCT
WT.
100.00
.VOCs 5
PCT
WT.
100.00
PCT.
VOL.
100.00
5
PCT.
VOL.
100.00

PCT.
VOL.
100.00

PCT.
VOL.
100.00
                                       B-19

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                                     Table B-3
                   FORMULATION PROFILES FOR ALL PURPOSE CLEANERS
                                    (Continued)
FORMULATION  : 93
                                                          PCT.VOCs 8
SAROAD
NUMBER
43308
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43308
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43304
43355
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43304
43355
CAS
NUMBER
111-76-2
: 94
CAS
NUMBER
111-76-2
: 96
CAS
NUMBER
8002-09-3
67-63-0
8000-41-7
: 97
CAS
NUMBER
8002-09-3
67-63-0
8000-41-7
SPECIES NAME
BUTYL CELLOSOLVE

SPECIES NAME
BUTYL CELLOSOLVE

SPECIES NAME
PINE OIL
ISO-PROPYL ALCOHOL
TERPINEOL

SPECIES NAME
PINE OIL
ISO-PROPYL ALCOHOL
TERPINEOL
MOL.
WEIGHT
118.17
PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT
118.17
PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
60.10
154.11
PCT.
MOL.
WEIGHT
50. 00
60.10
154.11
PCT
WT.
100.00
.VOC: 6
PCT
WT.
100.00
.VOC: 15
PCT
WT.
4.12
53.85
42.03
VOCs 15.
PCT
WT.
4.12
53.85
42.03
PCT.
VOL.
100.00

PCT.
VOL.
100.00
.8
PCT.
VOL.
6.59
71.61
21.80
.8
PCT.
VOL.
6.59
71.61
21.80
                                       B-22

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                                      Table' B-3
                   FORMULATION PROFILES FOR ALL PURPOSE CLEANERS
                                     (Continued)
FORMULATION  : 83
                                                          PCT.VOC: 8.5
SAROAD
NUMBER
43308
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43308
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43312
FORMULATJON
SAROAD
NUMBER
43777
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
111-76-2 BUTYL CELLOSOLVE
: 84
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
111-76-2 BUTYL CELLOSOLVE
: 85
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
112-34-5 2-(2-BUTOXYETHOXY)-
ETHANOL
: 88
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
141-43-5 ETHANOLAMINE
MOL.
WEIGHT
118.17
PC1
MOL.
WEIGHT
118.17
PCI
MOL.
WEIGHT
162.23
PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT
61.01
PCT
WT.
100.00
F.VOC: 6
PCT
WT.
100.00
'.VOC: 10
PCT
WT.
100.00
.VOCs 2
PCT
WT.
100.00
PCT.
VOL.
100.00

PCT.
VOL.
100.00

PCT.
VOL.
100.00

PCT.
VOL.
100.00
                                       B-21

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                                     Table B-3
                   FORMULATION PROFILES FOR ALL PURPOSE CLEANERS
                                    (Continued)
FORMULATION  j  104
                                                          PCT.VOC: 16.5
SAROAD
NUMBER
43355
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43308
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43308
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43118
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
8002-03-9 PINE OIL
8000-41-7 TERPINEOL
: 105
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
111-76-2 BUTYL CELLOSOLVE
: 106
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
111-76-2 BUTYL CELLOSOLVE
: 111
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
8032-32-4 MINERAL SPIRITS
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
154.11
PC1
MOL.
WEIGHT
118.17
PCI
MOL.
WEIGHT
118.17
PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
PCT
WT.
9.33
90.67
F.VOC: 6
PCT
WT.
100.00
%.VOC: 2.
PCT
WT.
100.00
.VOC:
PCT
WT.
100. 00
PCT.
VOL.
24.09
75.91

PCT.
VOL.
100.00
65
PCT.
VOL.
100.00
10.00
PCT.
VOL.
100.00
                                       B-24

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FORMULATION
98
                  Table B-3
FORMULATION PROFILES FOR ALL PURPOSE CLEANERS
                 (Continued)

                                       PCT.VOC:
                                                                        0.00
SAROAD
NUMBER

FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43312
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43312
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43355
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
PERFUME
: 99
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
112-34-5 BUTYL CELLOSOLVE
: 100
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
112-34-5 BUTYL CELLOSOLVE
: 103
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
8002-03-9 PINE OIL
8000-41-7 TERPINEOL
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
PCI
MOL.
WEIGHT
162.23
PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT
162.23
PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
154.11
PCT
WT.
0.00
'.VOC: 1
PCT
WT.
100.00
.VOC: 1
PCT
WT.
100.00
.VOC: 20
PCT
WT.
9.00
91.00
PCT.
VOL.
0.00

PCT.
VOL.
100.00

PCT.
VOL.
100.00

PCT.
VOL.
23.36
76.64
                                       B-23

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                                      Table  B-3



                   FORMULATION  PROFILES  FOR ALL PURPOSE CLEANERS
                                                   -»


                                     (Continued)






FORMULATION   : 123                                       '  pCT.voc.  3







SAROAD           CAS                                  MOL        PCT


NUMBER           NUMBER    SPECIES NAME             WEIGHT       WT.     VOL.'




43308          111-76-2    BUTYL CELLOSOLVE         118.17   100.00   lOO.'oO
                                       B-26

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                                      Table B-3
                    FORMULATION PROFILES FOR ALL PURPOSE CLEANERS
                                     (Continued)
 FORMULATION  :  117
                                                           PCT.VOC:  5.1
SAROAD
NUMBER

43369
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43308
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43125
43369
45101
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
8002-09-3 PINE OIL
57-55-6 PROPYLENE GLYCOL
: 119
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
111-76-2 BUTYL CELLOSOLVE
: 121
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
8008-20-6 KEROSENE
57-55-6 PROPYLENE GLYCOL
8032-32-4 VM&P NAPHTHA .
: 122
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
76.10
PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT
118.17
PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
76.10
116.00
PCT.
MOL.
WEIGHT
PCT
WT.
1.96
98.04
.VOC: 5
PCT
WT.
100.00
.VOC: 28
PCT
WT.
17.86
10.71
71.43
,VOC: 3
PCT
WT.
PCT.
VOL.
3.48
96.52

PCT.
VOL.
100.00

PCT.
VOL.
32.71
10.89
56.40

PCT.
VOL.
43308
111-76-2
BUTYL CELLOSOLVE
                                                    118.17   100.00   100.00
                                        B-25

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                                     Table B-4
                       FORMULATION PROFILES FOR  INSECT SPRAYS
                                    (Continued)
FORMULATION
                                                         PCT.VOC: 99.15
SAROAD
NUMBER



43000
432i2
43214
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43000
43212
43214
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER

43000
43212
43214
CAS
NUMBER

62-73-7

8002-05-9
106-97-8
75-28-5
: 5
CAS
NUMBER
8002-05-9
106-97-8
75-28-5
: 6
CAS
. NUMBER

8002-05-9
106-97-8
75-28-5
SPECIES NAME
INERT INGREDIENTS
DICHLOROVINYL
DIMETHYLPHOSPHATE
PETROLEUM DISTILLATES
N-BUTANE
ISOBUTANE

SPECIES NAME
INERT INGREDIENTS
PETROLEUM DISTILLATES
N-BUTANE
ISOBUTANE

SPECIES NAME
INERT INGREDIENTS
PETROLEUM DISTILLATES
N-BUTANE
ISOBUTANE
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
220.98

50.00
58.12
58.12
PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
50.00
58.12
58.12
PCT.
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
50.00
58,12
58.12
PCT
WT.
68.49
.20

1.05
15.13
15.13
.VOC: 98
PCT
WT.
68.63
1.05
15.16
15.16
VOC: 99.
PCT
WT.
58.10
11.85
15.03
15.03
PCT.
VOL.
71.63
.05

1.10
13.61
13.61
.95
PCT.
VOL.
71.67
1. 10
13.62
13.62
83
PCT.
VOL..
60.64
12.37
13.49
13.49
                                      B-28

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                                     Table B-4
                       FORMULATION PROFILES FOR INSECT SPRAYS
FORMULATION  : 1
                                                         PCT.VOC: 86.5
SAROAD
NUMBER

FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER

*.

FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER

43000
43212
43214
CAS
NUMBER

: 2
CAS
NUMBER
62-73-7


: 3
CAS
NUMBER

8002-05-9
106-97-8
75-28-5

SPECIES NAME
INERT INGREDIENTS


SPECIES NAME
DICHLOROVINYL
DIMETHYLPHOSPHATE
INERT INGREDIENTS


SPECIES NAME
INERT INGREDIENTS
PETROLEUM DISTILLATES
N-BUTANE
ISOBUTANE
MOL.
WEIGHT
50
PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT
220.98

50
PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT
50
50
58.12
58.12
PCT
WT.
100
.VOC:
PCT
WT.
20.00

80.00
.VOCs 99.
PCT
WT.
59.52
10.27
15.10
15.10
PCT.
VOL.
100
100
PCT.
VOL.
5.35

94.65
32
PCT;
VOL.
62.15
10.72
13.57
13.57
                                       B-27

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                                      Table  B-4
                       FORMULATION  PROFILES  FOR  INSECT  SPRAYS
                                     (Continued)

FORMULATION  : 10                                        PCT.VOC: 55.5

SAROAD           CAS                                 MOL.      PCT     PCT.
NUMBER           NUMBER    SPECIES  NAME            WEIGHT      UT.     VOL.
—-———————-—-—---—-————-—-—-————-———————-—-—————..——_________________________
                           INSECTICIDE SOLUTION        50    27.93    31.05
                           IN KEROSENE
43212          106-97-8    N-BUTANE                 58.12    72.07    68.95
                                       B-30

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                                      Table B-4
                        FORMULATION PROFILES FOR INSECT SPRAYS
                                     (Continued)
 FORMULATION  :  7
                                                          PCT.VOC:  98.55
SAROAD
NUMBER

43000
43212
432i4
CAS
NUMBER

8002-05-9
106-97-8
75-28-5

SPECIES NAME
INERT INGREDIENTS
PETROLEUM DISTILLATES
N-BUTANE
ISOBUTANE
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
50.00
58.12
58.12
PCT
UT.
61.39
8.17
15.22
15.22
PCT.
VOL.
64.12
8.53
13.68
13.68
FORMULATION   : 8
                                                         PCT.VOC: 0
SAROAD
NUMBER
CAS
NUMBER
SPECIES NAME
  MOL.
WEIGHT
PCT
WT.
PCT.
VOL.
NO VOC
FORMULATION
                                                         PCT.VOC: 99.91
SAROAD
NUMBER


43000
43212
43214
CAS
NUMBER

8002-09-3
8002-05-9
106-97-8
75-28-5

SPECIES -NAME
INERT INGREDIENTS
PINE OIL
PETROLEUM DISTILLATES
N-BUTANE
ISOBUTANE
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
136.23
50.00
58.12
58.12
PCT
WT.
68.67
.90
,40
15.01
15,. 01
PCT.
VOL.
72.11
.35
.42
13.56
13.56
                                        B-29

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                                     Table B-5
                  FORMULATION PROFILES FOR CAR POLISHES AND WAXES
                                     (Continued)
FORMULATION
                                                          PCT.VOC: 32.9
SAROAD
NUMBER
43118
43742
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43742
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43118
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43742
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
8032-32-4 MINERAL SPIRITS
110-91-8 MORPHOLINE
: 6
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
110-91-8 MORPHOLINE
: 7
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
8032-32-4 MINERAL SPIRITS
: 8
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
110-91-8 MORPHOLINE
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
87.04
PC
MOL.
WEIGHT
87.04
PCI
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT
87.04
PCT
WT.
97.26
2.74
T.VOC: 2
PCT
WT.
100.00
r.VOC: 23
PCT
WT.
100.00
.VOC: .4
PCT
WT.
100.00
PCT.
VOL.
98.41
1.59

PCT.
VOL.
100.00
.28
PCT.
VOL.
100.00

PCT.
VOL.
100,00
                                      B-32

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                                     Table B-5
                  FORMULATION PROFILES FOR CAR POLISHES AND WAXES
FORMULATION
                                                          PCT.VOC: 10.5
SAROAD
NUMBER
43118
43739
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER

FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
NO VOC
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43118
43742
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
FAXAM 22
8032-32-4 MINERAL SPIRITS
100-37-8 DIETHYLAMINQETHANOL
: 2
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
SOLVENT
: 3
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME

: 4
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
8032-32-4 MINERAL SPIRITS
110-91-8 MORPHOLINE
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
50.00
117.07
PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT

PCT.
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
87.04
PCT
WT.
47.62
47. 62
4.76
.VOC: 22
PCT
WT.
100.00
.VOC: 0
PCT
WT.

, VOC: 35.
PCT
WT.
94.12
5.88
PCT.
VOL.
48.95
48.95
2.09
.5
PCT.
VOL.
100.00

PCT.
VOL.

5
PCT.
VOL.
96.53
3.47
                                       B-31

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                                     Table B-5
                  FORMULATION PROFILES FOR CAR POLISHES AND WAXES
                                     (Continued)
FORMULATION
13
                                                          PCT.VOC: 26.15
SAROAD
NUMBER
43118
43125
43308
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
NO VOC
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43118
43125
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43118
43125
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
8032-32-4 MINERAL SPIRITS
8008-20-6 KEROSENE
67-63-0 ISO-PROPYL ALCOHOL
J 14
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME

: 15
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
8032-32-4 MINERAL SPIRITS
8008-20-6 KEROSENE
:16
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
8032-32-4 MINERAL SPIRITS
8008-20-6 KEROSENE
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
50.00
60.10
PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT

PCT.
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
50.00
PCT.
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
50.00
PCT
WT.
31.06
18.94
50.00
.VOC: 0
PCT
WT.

. VOC: 57.
PCT
WT.
99.57
.43
VOC: 70
PCT
WT.
82.08
17.92
PCT.
VOL.
61.35
38.27
.38

PCT.
VOL.

75
PCT.
VOL.
99.57
.43

PCT.
VOL.
82.08
17.92
                                       B-34

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                                      Table  B-5
                  FORMULATION PROFILES FOR  CAR  POLISHES AND WAXES
                                     (Continued)
FORMULATION  : 9
                                                          PCT.VOC: 30.8
SAROAD
NUMBER
43118
43125
43742
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43118
43125
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43118
43125
43304
43742
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43118
43304
CAS
NUMBER
8032-32-4
8008-20-6
110-91-8
: .10
CAS
NUMBER
8032-32-4
8008-20-6
: 11
CAS
NUMBER
8032-32-4
8008-20-6
67-63-0
110-91-8
: 12
CAS
NUMBER
8032-32-4
67-63-0
SPECIES NAME
MINERAL SPIRITS
KEROSENE
MORPHOLINE

SPECIES NAME
MINERAL SPIRITS
KEROSENE

SPECIES NAME
•MINERAL SPIRITS
KEROSENE
ISO-PROPYL ALCOHOL
MORPHOLINE

SPECIES NAME •
SOLVENT L-40
MINERAL SPIRITS
ISO-PROPYL ALCOHOL
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
50.00
87.04
PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
50.00
PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
50.00
60.10
87.04
PCT.
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
50.00
60.10
PCT
WT.
64.94
32.47
2.60
.VOC: 26
PCT
WT.
62. 12
37.88
.VOC: 23,
PCT
WT.
46.81
42.55
1.70
8.94
VOC: 11.
PCT
WT.
2.60
32.47
64.94
PCT.
VOL.
65.66
32.83
1.51
.4
PCT.
VOL.
62.12
37.88
.5
PCT.
VOL.
48.80
44.37
1.48
5.35
11
PCT.
VOL.
48.96
50.10
.95
                                       B-33

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FORMULATION  :  21
                   Table B-5
FORMULATION PROFILES FOR CAR POLISHES AND WAXES
                  (Continued)


                                        PCT.VOC: 0
SAROAD CAS
NUMBER NUMBER SPECIES NAME
NO VOC
FORMULATION : 22
SAROAD CAS
NUMBER NUMBER SPECIES NAME
NO VOC
FORMULATION ! 23
SAROAD CAS
NUMBER NUMBER SPECIES NAME
NO VOC
FORMULATION : 24
SAROAD CAS
NUMBER NUMBER SPECIES NAME
43118 8032-32-4 MINERAL SPIRITS
MOL. PCT
WEIGHT WT.

PCT.VOC: 0
MOL. PCT
WEIGHT WT.

PCT.VOC: 0
MOL. PCT
WEIGHT WT.

PCT.VOC: 94
MOL. PCT
WEIGHT WT.
50.00 100.00
PCT.
VOL.


PCT.
VOL.


PCT.
VOL.


PCT.
VOL.
100.00
                                       B-36

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FORMULATION  : 17
                   Table B-5
FORMULATION PROFILES FOR CAR POLISHES AND WAXES
                 - (Continued)

                                        PCT.VOC:  26
SAROAD
NUMBER
43118
43125
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER

FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
NO VOC
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43118
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
8032-32-4 MINERAL SPIRITS
8008-20-6 KEROSENE
: 18
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
SOLVENT L-410
: 19
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME

: 20
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
8032-32-4 MINERAL SPIRITS
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
50.00
PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
PCT.
MOL.
WEIGHT

PCT.
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00 1
PCT
WT.
61.54
38.46
.VOC: 9.
PCT
WT.
100.00
.VOC: 0
PCT
UT.

VOC: 96
PCT
WT.
00.00
PCT.
VOL.
61.54
38.46
5
PCT.
VOL.
100.00

PCT.
VOL.


PCT.
VOL.
100.00
                                       B-35

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                                       TabJe.B-5
                    FORMULATION  PROFILES  FOR  CAR  POLISHES AND  WAXES
                                      (Continued)
 FORMULATION   : 29
                                                           PCT.VOC: 35.6
SAROAD
NUMBER
43118
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43118
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43118
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
8032-32-4 MINERAL SPIRITS
: 30
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
8032-32-4 MINERAL SPIRITS
J 31
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
8032-32-4 MINERAL SPIRITS
: 32
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00 1
PCT.
MOL. ;
WEIGHT
PCT
WT.
100.00
.VOCj 72
PCT
WT.
100.00
.VOC: 78,
PCT
WT.
.00.00
VOC: 23.
PCT
WT.
PCT.
VOL.
100; 00
.7
PCT.
VOL.
100.00
.18
PCT.
VOL.
100.00
6
PCT.
VOL.
43118
8032-32-4    MINERAL SPIRITS
                                                     50.00   100.00   100.00
                                        B-38

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                                     Table B-5
                  FORMULATION PROFILES FOR CAR POLISHES AND WAXES
                                    (Continued)
FORMULATION  :25
                                                          PCT.VOC: 1.8
SAROAD
NUMBER
43118
43742
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43304
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
NO VOC
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43118
43125
43742
CAS
NUMBER
8032-32-4
110-91-8
: 26
CAS
NUMBER
67-63-0
: 27
CAS
NUMBER

: 28
CAS
NUMBER
8032-32-4
8008-28-6
110-91-8
SPECIES NAME
MINERAL SPIRITS
MORPHOLINE

SPECIES NAME
SOLVENT L-140
ISO-PROPYL ALCOHOL

SPECIES NAME


SPECIES NAME
MINERAL SPIRITS
KEROSENE
MORPHOLINE
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
87.04
PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT
60. 10
PCT,
MOL.
WEIGHT

PCT.
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
50.00
87.04
PCT
WT.
74.07
25.93
.VOC: 17.
PCT
WT.
97.14
2.86
,VOC: 0
PCT
WT.

VOC: 31
PCT
WT.
48.39
48.39
3.23
PCT.
VOL.
63.26
16.74
5
PCT.
VOL.
97.61
2.39

PCT.
VOL.


PCT.
VOL.
49.06
49.06
1.88
                                       B-37

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                                     Table B-6
             FORMULATION PROFILES FOR ROOM DEODORANTS AND DISINFECTANTS
FORMULATION
1
                                                         PCT.VOC: 92
SAROAD
NUMBER
43304
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43302
43369
43802
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43212
43304
43369
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43212
CAS
NUMBER
63-67-0
: 2
CAS
NUMBER
64-17-5
57-55-6
75-09-2
: 3
CAS
NUMBER
106-98-8
67-63-0
57-55-6
: 4
CAS
NUMBER
106-97-8
SPECIES NAME
PERFUME
1SO-PROPYL ALCOHOL

SPECIES NAME
PERFUME
ETHYL ALCOHOL
PROPYLENE GLYCOL
METHYLENE CHLORIDE

SPECIES NAME
PERFUME
N-BUTANE
ISO-PROPYL ALCOHOL
PROPYLENE GLYCOL

SPECIES NAME
PERFUME
N-BUTANE
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
60.10
PCI
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
46.07
76.11
84.93
PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
58.12
60.10
76.11
PCT.
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
58.12
PCT
WT.
.57
99.43
r.VOC: 1C
PCT
WT.
1.26
50.53
11.37
36.84
.VOC: 51
PCT
WT.
.97
77.67
15.53
5.83
VOC: 35.
PCT
WT.
1.41
98.59
PCT.
VOL.
.69
99.31
)0
PCT.
VOL.
1.48
64.32
8.76
25.44
.5
PCT.
VOL.
1.15
79.04
15.29
4.53
5
PCT.
VOL.
1.63
98.37
                                      B-40

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FORMULATION
                                      Table B-5
                   FORMULATION PROFILES FOR CAR POLISHES  AND  WAXES
                                     (Continued)
 33
                                                           PCT.VOC: 31.1
SAROAD
NUMBER
43118
43742
CAS
NUMBER
' 8032-32-4
110-91-8

SPECIES NAME
MINERAL SPIRITS
MORPHOLINE
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
87.04
PCT
UT.
88.42
11.58
PCT.
VOL.
93.01
6.99
FORMULATION
 34
                                                          PCT.VOC: 40
SAROAD
NUMBER
   CAS
   NUMBER
SPECIES NAME
  MOL.
WEIGHT
  PCT
  WT.
 PCT.
 VOL.
43118
43742
8032-32-4
 110-91-8
MINERAL SPIRITS
MORPHOLINE
 50.00
 87.04
90.00
10.00
94.00
 6.00
                                       B-39

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 FORMULATION  :  5
                                      Table  B-7
                   FORMULATION PROFILES FOR  (CONSUMER) ADHESIVES
                                     (Continued)


                                                        PCT.VOC: 80
 SAROAD
 NUMBER
                 CAS
                 NUMBER
                            SPECIES NAME

                            TOLUENE
                                     MOL.
                                   WEIGHT
PCT
UT.
PCT.
VOL.
45202
108-88-3
                                                    92.10    100.00    100.00
FORMULATION   : 6
                                                        PCT.VOC: 85
SAROAD
NUMBER
43300
43436
43551
43571
CAS
NUMBER
628-63-7
67-64-1
76-22-2
SPECIES NAME
ETHYL ALCOHOL 74 OP
AMYL ACETATE
ACETONE
CAMPHORS
MOL.
WEIGHT
46.07
130.20
58.08
152.24
PCT
WT.
51.76
28.24
12.94
7.06
PCT.
VOL.
69.80
13.47
13.84
2.88
FORMULATION  : 7
                                                        PCT.VOC: 59.4
SAROAD
NUMBER
43300
43755
45202
45479
CAS
NUMBER
107-21-1
79-46-9
108-88-3
1330-78-5

SPECIES NAME
TESCOL
NITROPROPANE (1-.2-)
TOLUENE
TRICRESYL PHOSPHATE
MOL.
WEIGHT
62.07
89.09
92.10
368.37
PCT
WT.
19.19
5.05
72.39
3.37
PCT.
VOL.-
26.63
4.88
67.70
.79
                                       B-42

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                                      Table' B-7
                    FORMULATION PROFILES FOR (CONSUMER) ADHESIVES
 FORMULATION  : 1
                                                         PCT.VOC: 3
SAROAD CAS
NUMBER NUMBER SPECIES NAME
43000 PETROLEUM OIL
FORMULATION : 2
SAROAD CAS
NUMBER NUMBER SPECIES NAME
NO VOC
FORMULATION : 3
SAROAD CAS
NUMBER NUMBER SPECIES NAME
NO VOC
FORMULATION : 4
SAROAD CAS
NUMBER NUMBER SPECIES NAME
MOL. PCT PCT.
WEIGHT WT. VOL.
50.00 100.00 100.00
PCT. VOC : 0
MOL. PCT PCT.
WEIGHT WT. VOL.

PCT.VOC:
MOL. PCT PCT.
WEIGHT WT. VOL.

PCT.VOC: 12
MOL. PCT PCT.
WEIGHT WT. VOL.
43000
PETROLEUM OIL
                                                   50.00   100.00   100.00
                                        B-41

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FORMULATION  :  1
                  Table B-9
FORMULATION PROFILES FOR MOTH CONTROL PRODUCTS

                                    PCT.VOC:  97.95
SAROAD CAS
NUMBER NUMBER
43000 8002-05-9
FORMULATION : 2
SAROAD CAS
NUMBER NUMBER
43000
FORMULATION : 3
SAROAD CAS
NUMBER NUMBER
45807 106-46-7
SPECIES NAME
INERT INGREDIENTS
PETROLEUM .
DISTILLATES

SPECIES NAME
INERT INGREDIENTS
ISOPARAFFINS

SPECIES NAME
P-DICHLOROBENZENE
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
50.00
PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT
86.18
PCT.
MOL.
WEIGHT
147.00 1
PCT
WT.
45.94
54.06
.VOC: 99.
PCT
WT.
92.22
7.78
VOC: 100
PCT
WT.
00.00 1
PCT.
VOL.
45.94
54.06
6
PCTo
VOL.
95.33
4.67

PCT.
VOL.
.00.00
                                      B-44

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                                      Table  B-8
              FORMULATION PROFILES FOR CAULKING AND SEALING COMPOUNDS
FORMULATION  : 1
                                                           PCT,, VOC:  12
SAROAD
NUMBER
43304
45102
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
45102
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
NO VOC
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
67-63-0 ISO-PROPYL ALCOHOL
1330-20-7 ISOMERS OF XYLENE
t 2
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
1330-20-7 ISOMERS OF XYLENE
: 3
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME

MOL.
WEIGHT
60.10
106.17
PC7
MOL.
WEIGHT
106.17
PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT

PCT
WT.
16.67
83.33
'.VOC: 20
PCT
WT.
100.00
.VOC: 0
PCT
WT.

PCT.
VOL.
26.11
73.89

PCT.
VOL.
100.00

PCT.
VOL.

                                       B-43

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FORMULATION
                                     Table B-10
                 FORMULATION PROFILES FOR WINDOy AND GLASS CLEANERS
                                    (Continued)
                                                           PCT.VOC: 47.5
SAROAD
NUMBER
43304
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43204
43212
43214
43304
43308
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43214
43304
43308
CAS
NUMBER
67-63-0
: 6
CAS
NUMBER
74-98-6
106-97-8
75-28-5
• 67-63-0
111-76-2
: 7
CAS
NUMBER
8024-43-9
75-28-5
67-63-0
111-76-2
SPECIES NAME
ISO-PROPYL ALCOHOL

SPECIES NAME
PROPANE
N-BUTANE
ISOBUTANE
ISO-PROPYL ALCOHOL
BUTYL CELLOSOLVE

SPECIES NAME
PERFUME
ISOBUTANE
ISO-PROPYL ALCOHOL
BUTYL CELLOSOLVE
MOL.
WEIGHT
60.10
PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT
44.11
58.12
58.12 •
60.10
118.17
PCT.
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
58.12
60.10
118.17
PCT
WT.
100.00
.VOC: 12
PCT
WT.
4.92
19.32
.75
60.00
15.00
VOC: 12.
PCT
WT.
0.00
39.68
37.70
22.62
PCT.
VOL.
100.00
.8
PCT.
VOL.
7.06
21.01
.82
63.09
8.02
6
' PCT.
VOL.
0.00
45.47
41.78
12.75
                                      B-46

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                                     Table B-10
                 FORMULATION PROFILES FOR WINDOW AND GLASS CLEANERS
FORMULATION  : 1
                                                           PCT.VOC: 12.5
SAROAD
NUMBER
43304
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43304
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43304
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43204
43212
43214
43304
CAS
NUMBER
67-63-0
: 2
CAS
NUMBER
67-63-0
: 3
CAS
NUMBER
8024-43-9
67-63-0
: 4
CAS
NUMBER
8024-43-9
74-98-6
106-97-8
75-28-5
67-63-0
SPECIES NAME
ISO-PROPYL ALCOHOL

• SPECIES NAME
ISO-PROPYL ALCOHOL

SPECIES NAME
PERFUME
ISO-PROPYL ALCOHOL

SPECIES NAME
PERFUME
PROPANE
N-BUTANE
ISOBUTANE
ISO-PROPYL ALCOHOL
MOL.
WEIGHT
60.10
PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT
60.10
PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
60.10 :
PCT.
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
44.11
58.12
58. 12
60.10
PCT
WT.
100.00
.VOC: 10
PCT
WT.
100.00
.VOC: 8
PCT
WT.
0.00
100.00
,VOCs
PCT
WT.
0.00
5.79
22.74
.88
70.59
PCT.
VOL.
100.00

PCT.
VOL.
100.00

PCT.
VOL.
0.00
100.00
13.60
PCT.
VOL.
0.00
7.67
22.85
.89
68.60
                                       B-45

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                                       Table .B-10
                   FORMULATION PROFILES FOR WINDOW AND GLASS CLEANERS
                                      (Continued)
  FORMULATION  :  11
                                                             PCT.VOC: 7
  SAROAD
  NUMBER
    CAS
    NUMBER
                              SPECIES NAME
                            MOL.
                          WEIGHT
            PCT
            WT.
            PCT.
            VOL.
 43301
 8024-43-9
   67-56-1
 PERRFUME
 METHYL  ALCOHOL
 50.00
 32.04
   0.00
 100.00
   0.00
 100.00
 FORMULATION
 12
                                                            PCT.VOC:  18
 SAROAD
 NUMBER
    CAS
    NUMBER
                             SPECIES NAME
                           MOL.
                         WEIGHT
           PCT,
           WT.
           PCT.
           VOL.
 43301
 8024-43-9
  65-56-1
PERFUME
METHYL ALCOHOL
50.00
32.04
  0.00
100.00
  0.00
100.00
 FORMULATION
13
                                                            PCT.VOC:  0
 SAROAD
 NUMBER
   CAS
   NUMBER
                             SPECIES NAME
                           MOL.
                         WEIGHT
           PCT
           WT.
           PCT.
           VOL.
NO  VOC
FORMULATION
14
                                                           PCT.VOC: 0
SAROAD
NUMBER
   CAS
   NUMBER
                            SPECIES NAME
                          MOL.
                        WEIGHT
          PCT
          WT.
          PCT.
          VOL.
NO VOC
                                        B-48

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 FORMULATION
FORMULATION
                                      Table B-10
                  FORMULATION PROFILES FOR WINDOW AND GLASS  CLEANERS
                                     (Continued)
                                                            PCT.VOC:  12.6
SAROAD
NUMBER

43214
43304
43308
CAS
NUMBER
8024-43--9
75-28-5
67-63-0
111-76-2

SPECIES NAME
PERFUME
ISOBUTANE
ISO-PROPYL ALCOHOL
BUTYL CELLOSOLVE
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
58.12
60.10
118.17
PCT
WT.
0.00
39.68
37.70
22.62
PCT.
VOL.
0.00
45.47
41.78
12.75
                                                           PCT.VOCs 12.6
SAROAD
NUMBER

43214
43304
43308
CAS
NUMBER
8024-43-9
75-28-5
67-63-0
111-76-2

SPECIES NAME
PERFUME
ISOBUTANE
ISO-PROPYL ALCOHOL
BUTYL CELLOSOLVE
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
58.12
60.10
118.17
PCT
WT.
0.00
39.68
37.70
22.62
PCT.
VOL.
0.00
45.47
41.78
12.75
FORMULATION  : 10
                                                           PCT.VOC:  9
SAROAD
NUMBER
43304
43308
CAS
NUMBER
67-63-0
111-76-2

SPECIES NAME
ISO-PROPYL ALCOHOL
BUTYL CELLOSOLVE
MOL.
WEIGHT
60.10
118.17
PCT
WT.
88.89
11.11
PCT.
VOL.
94.02
5.98
                                       B-47

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                                      Table  B-ll

                  FORMULATION PROFILES FOR HERBICIDES AND FUNGICIDES
 FORMULATION
                                                                PCT.VOC: 95
 SAROAD
 NUMBER
     CAS
     NUMBER
                             SPECIES NAME
                                MOL.
                              WEIGHT
PCT
WT.
PCT.
VOL.
 45000
                             AROMATIC HYDRCARBONS
                             (PRIMARILY XYLENES)
                                             92.10   100.00   100.00
 FORMULATION
FORMULATION
                                                                PCT.VOC:  59.2
SAROAD
NUMBER

CAS
NUMBER

SPECIES NAME
INERT INGREDIENTS
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
PCT
WT.
100.00
PCT.
VOL.
100.00
                                                                PCT.VOC: 0
SAROAD
NUMBER
NO VOC
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME

MOL.
WEIGHT

PCT
WT.

PCT.
VOL.

FORMULATION
                                                               PCT.VOC: 25
SAROAD
NUMBER
    CAS
    NUMBER
                               MOL.       PCT     PCT.
SPECIES NAME                 WEIGHT      WT.     VOL.
45000
64742-94-5    AROMATIC PETROLEUM SOLVENT    50.00   100.00   100.
                                                                               00
                                        B-50

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                                     Table-B-11
                 FORMULATION PROFILES FOR HERBICIDES AND FUNGICIDES
                                    (Continued)
FORMULATION  : 5
                                                               PCT.VOC: 10.75
SAROAD
NUMBER
43301
45000
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
45000
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
NO VOC
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43301
45000
CAS
NUMBER
67-56-1
64742-94-5
: 6
CAS
NUMBER
64742-94-5
! 7
CAS
NUMBER

: 8
CAS
NUMBER
67-56-1
64742-94-5
MOL.
SPECIES NAME WEIGHT
METHYL ALCOHOL 32.04
AROMATIC PETROLEUM SOLVENT 50.00
PCT
MOL.
SPECIES NAME WEIGHT
HEAVY AROMATIC NAPHTHA 50;00
PCT
MOL.
SPECIES NAME WEIGHT

PCT,
MOL.
SPECIES NAME WEIGHT
METHYL ALCOHOL 32.04
HEAVY AROMATIC NAPHTHA 50.00
PCT
WT.
50.00
50.00
'.VOC: 81
PCT
WT.
100.00
.VOC: 0
PCT
WT.

.VOC: -16.
PCT
WT.
50.00
50.00
PCT.
VOL.
60.95
39.05

PCT.
VOL.
100.00

PCT.
VOL.

8
PCT.
VOL.
60.95
39.05
                                       B-51

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FORMULATION
                                     Table 'B-ll
                 FORMULATION PROFILES FOR HERBICIDES AND FUNGICIDES
                                     (Continued)
                                                               PCT.VOC: 0
SAROAD CAS
NUMBER NUMBER SPECIES NAME
NO VOC
FORMULATION : 10
SAROAD CAS
NUMBER NUMBER SPECIES NAME
NO VOC
FORMULATION : 11
SAROAD CAS
NUMBER' NUMBER SPECIES NAME
43000 ALIPHATIC PETROLEUM
DISTILLATES
45102 1330-20-7 ISOMERS OF XYLENE
FORMULATION : 12
SAROAD CAS
NUMBER NUMBER SPECIES NAME
NO VOC
MOL. PCT
WEIGHT WT.

PCT.VOC: 0
MOL. PCT
WEIGHT WT.

PCT.VOC: 92.
MOL. PCT
WEIGHT WT.
50.00 89.61
106.17 10.39
PCT.VOC: 0
MOL. PCT
WEIGHT WT.

PCT.
VOL.


PCT.
VOL.

92
PCT.
VOL.
94.82
5.18
•
PCT.
VOL.

                                      B-52

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                                      Table B-ll
                  FORMULATION  PROFILES FOR  HERBICIDES  AND  FUNGICIDES
                                     (Continued)
FORMULATION   :  13
45000
                                                               PCT.VOC: 25
SAROAD CAS
NUMBER NUMBER SPECIES NAME
A5000 PETROLEUM DISTILLATES
FORMULATION : 14
SAROAD CAS
NUMBER NUMBER SPECIES NAME
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT
PCT
UT.
100.00
.VOC: 42.
PCT
WT.
PCT.
VOL.
100.00
5
PCT.
VOL.
                            PETROLEUM DISTILLATES
50.00   100.00   100.00
                                       B-53

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FORMULATION
                                     Table B-12
                    FORMULATION PROFILES FOR PERSONAL DEODORANTS
                                                           PCT.VOC: 79.5
SAROAD
NUMBER
43204
43212
43214
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER .
43369
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43214
43302
CAS
NUMBER
74-98-6
106-97-8
75-28-5
: 2
CAS
NUMBER
57-55-6
: 3
CAS
NUMBER
75-71-8
64-17-5
SPECIES NAME
PROPANE
N-BUTANE
ISOBUTANE

SPECIES NAME
PROPYLENE GLYCOL

SPECIES NAME
ISOBUTANE
ETHYL ALCOHOL
MOL.
WEIGHT
19.75
3.02
77.23
PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT
76.11
PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT
48.04
46.07
PCT
WT.
15.70
2.40
61.40
.VOC: 43.
PCT
WT.
100.00
.VOC: 75.
PCT
WT.
98.94
1.06
PCT.
VOL.
21.17
2.97
75.87
8
PCT.
VOL.
100.00
8
PCT.
VOL.
98.90
1.10
                                      B-54

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                                     Table B-13
                     FORMULATION PROFILES FOR AUTO ANTIFREEZES
FORMULATION
                                           PCT.VOC:  90.25
SAROAD
NUMBER
  CAS
  NUMBER
SPECIES NAME
  MOL.
WEIGHT
  PCT
  WT.
 PCT.
 VOL.
43370
43373
107-21-1
111-46-6
ETHYLENE GLYCOL
DIETHYLENE GLYCOL
  62.1
 106.0
95.01
 4.99
97.02
 2.98
                                       B-55

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FORMULATION
                                      Table B-14
                FORMULATION PROFILES FOR CARBURETOR AND CHOKE CLEANERS
 FORMULATION   :  1
                                                                PCT.VOC:  89.2
SAROAD
NUMBER
43212
43815
45605
CAS
NUMBER
106-97-8
. 107-06-2
1319-77-3
SPECIES NAME
BUTANE
ETHYLENE D I CHLORIDE
CRESOL (0-,M-,P-)
MOL.
WEIGHT
58.12
99.00
108.13
PCT
WT.
12.00
63.00
25.00
PCT.
VOL.
19.22
59.26
21.53
                                                               PCT.VOC: 100
SAROAD
NUMBER
43000
43212
CAS
NUMBER
106-97-8
SPECIES NAME
ALIPHATIC HYDROARBONS
N-BUTANE
MOL.
WEIGHT
86.17
58.12
PCT
WT.
88.00
12.00
PCT.
VOL.
•83.18
16.82
FORMULATION  :  3
                                                               PCT.VOC:
50
SAROAD
NUMBER
43212
43302
43815
45605
CAS
NUMBER
106-97-8
64-17-5
107-06-2
1319-77-3
SPECIES NAME
N-BUTANE
ETHYL ALCOHOL
ETHYLENE D I CHLORIDE
CRESOL (0-,M-,P-)
MOL.
WEIGHT
58.12
46.01
99.00
108.13
PCT
WT.
24.00
11.00
30.00
35.00
PCT.
VOL.
32.29
18.70
23.70
25.31
                                       B-56

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FORMULATION
FORMULATION
                                      Table  B-14
                FORMULATION PROFILES FOR CARBURETOR AND CHOKE  CLEANERS
                                     (Continued)
                                                               PCT.VOC: 90
SAROAD
NUMBER
43301
43321
43551
45102
45202
CAS
NUMBER
67-56-1 •
97-99-4
67-64-1
1330-20-7
108-88-3
SPECIES NAME
METHYL ALCOHOL
TETRAHYDROFURFURYL ALCOHOL
ACETONE
ISOMERS OF XYLENE
TOLUENE
MOL,
WEIGHT
32.04
102.12
58.08
106.17
92.10
PCT
WT.
11.11
11.11
5.56
33.33
38.89
PCT.
VOL.
26.94
8.45
7.43
24.39
32.80
                                                               PCT.VOC:  75.3
SAROAD
NUMBER
43802
45605
45700
45805
CAS
NUMBER
75-09-2
1319-77-3

95-50-1
SPECIES NAME
METHYLENE CHLORIDE
CRESYLIC ACID
COMPLEX AMINES
0-D1CHLOROBENZENE
MOL.
WEIGHT
84.93
108.13
73.14
147.00
PCT
WT.
42.10
15.80
.53
41.57 .
PCT.
VOL.
53.19
15.68
78
. .. 30.34
                                       B-57

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                                     Table B-15
                      FORMULATION PROFILES FOR BRAKE CLEANERS
FORMULATION  :  1
                                                           PCT.VOC: 100
SAROAD
NUMBER
43301
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43302
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43304
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
67-56-1 METHYL ALCOHOL
: 2
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
64-17-5 ETHYL ALCOHOL
: 3
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
67-63-0 ISO-PROPYL ALCOHOL
MOL.
WEIGHT
32.04
PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT
46.67
PCT,
MOL.
WEIGHT
60.10 1
PCT
WT.
100.00
.VOC: 100
PCT
WT.
100.00
.VOC: 100
PCT
WT.
.00.00 1
PCT.
VOL.
100.00

PCT.
VOL.
100.00

PCT.
VOL.
.00.00
                                      B-58

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                                      Table B-16
                      FORMULATION PROFILES FOR ENGINE DEGREASERS
 FORMULATION  : 1
                                                           PCT.VOC: 25
SAROAD CAS
NUMBER NUMBER SPECIES NAME
43304 67-63-0 ISO-PROPYL ALCOHOL
FORMULATION : 2
SAROAD CAS
NUMBER NUMBER SPECIES NAME
NO VOC
FORMULATION :3
SAROAD CAS
NUMBER NUMBER SPECIES NAME
43215 8008-20-6 KEROSENE
FORMULATION : 4
SAROAD CAS
NUMBER NUMBER SPECIES NAME
MOL. PCT PCT.
WEIGHT UT. VOL.
60.10 100.00 100.00
PCT.VOC: 0
MOL. PCT PCT.
WEIGHT WT. VOL.

PCT.VOC: 79.8
MOL. PCT PCT.
WEIGHT WT. VOL.
50.00 100.00 100.00
PCT.VOC: 80
MOL. PCT PCT.
WEIGHT WT. VOL.
45000
AROMATIC 1550 SOLVENT
                                                     50.00    100.00    100.00
                                        B-59

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                                      Table B-16
                      FORMULATION PROFILES FOR ENGINE DEGREASERS
                                     (Continued)
 FORMULATION  :  5
                                                           PCT.VOCi 81
SAROAD
NUMBER
43118
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
45000
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
8032-32-4 MINERAL SPIRITS
s 6
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
AROMATIC 150 SOLVENT
: 7
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
PCI
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT
PCT
WT.
100.00
'.VOC: 40
PCT
WT.
100.00
.VOC: 40
PCT
WT.
PCT.
VOL.
100.00

PCT.
VOL.
100.00

PCT.
VOL.
45000
64742-94-5    HEAVY AROMATIC NAPTHA    50.00   100.00   100.
                                                                          00
FORMULATION  : 8
                                                          PCT.VOC: 54.2
SAROAD
NUMBER
43125
43777
CAS
NUMBER
8002-09-3
8008-20-6
141-43-5
SPECIES NAME
PINE OIL
KEROSENE
ETHANOLAMINE
MOL.
WEIGHT
136.23
50.00
61.08
PCT
WT.
37.27
59.04
3.69
PCT.
VOL.
18.06
77.95
3.99
                                       B-60

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 FORMULATION
FORMULATION
                                      Table 'B-16
                      FORMULATION PROFILES FOR ENGINE DEGREASERS
                                     (Continued)
10
                                                           PCT.VOC: 94.8
SAROAD
NUMBER
43125
43308
43777
43817
CAS
NUMBER
8008-20-6
111-76-2
141-43-5
127-18-4

SPECIES NAME
KEROSENE
BUTYL CELLOSOLVE
ETHANOLAMINE
PERCHLOROETHYLENE
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
118.17
61.08
165.83
PCT
WT.
87.03
2.22
1.48
9.28
PCT.
VOL.
94.62
1.02
1.31
3.04
                                                           PCT.VOC:  80
SAROAD
NUMBER
43308
43125
CAS
NUMBER
111-76-2
8008-20-6
SPECIES NAME
BUTYL CELLOSOLVE
KEROSENE
MOL.
WEIGHT
118.17
50.00
PCT
WT.
25.00
75.00,
PCT.
VOL.
12.36
87.64
FORMULATION
11
                                                          PCT.VOC: 5
SAROAD
NUMBER
   CAS
   NUMBER
SPECIES NAME

BUTYL CELLOSOLVE
  MOL.
WEIGHT
PCT
WT.
PCT.
VOL.
43308
 111-76-2
                                                    118.17   100.00   100.00
                                        B-61

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                                      Table B-17
                  FORMULATION PROFILES FOR ENGINE STARTING FLUIDS



SAROAD            CAS
                  NUMBER  SPECIES NAME
43351            60-29-7  ETHYLETHER                74.12
100.00   100.00
                                      B-62

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 FORMULATION  :  1
                     Table B-18
FORMULATION PROFILES FOR RUG AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANERS

                                           PCT.VOC: 8
SAROAD CAS
NUMBER NUMBER SPECIES NAME
43304 67-63-0 ISO-PROPYL ALCOHOL
FORMULATION : 2
SAROAD CAS
NUMBER NUMBER SPECIES NAME
NO VOC
FORMULATION : 3
SAROAD CAS
NUMBER NUMBER SPECIES NAME
NO VOC
FORMULATION : 4
SAROAD CAS
NUMBER NUMBER SPECIES NAME
MOL. PCT PCT.
WEIGHT WT. VOL.
60.10 100.00 100.00
PCT.VOC: 0
MOL. PCT PCT.
WEIGHT WT. VOL.

PCT.VOC: 0
MOL. PCT PCT.
WEIGHT WT. VOL.

PCT. VOC t 0
MOL. PCT PCT.
WEIGHT WT. VOL.
NO VOC
                                        B-63

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FORMULATION  : 5
                     Table B-18
FORMULATION PROFILES FOR RUG AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANERS
                    (Continued)

                                           PCT.VOC:  1
SAROAD
NUMBER
43308
FORMULATION

SAROAD
NUMBER
43308
FORMULATION

SAROAD
NUMBER
43308
FORMULATION

SAROAD
NUMBER
43308
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
111-76-2 BUTYL CELLOSOLVE
: 6

CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
111-76-2 BUTYL CELLOSOLVE
: 6

CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
111-76-2 BUTYL CELLOSOLVE
: 7

CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
111-76-2 BUTYL CELLOSOLVE

MOL. PCT
WEIGHT WT.
118.17 100.00

PCT.VOC: 1
MOL. PCT
WEIGHT WT.
118.17 100.00

PCT.VOC: 1
MOL. PCT
WEIGHT WT.
118.17 100.00

PCT.VOC: 1
MOL. PCT
WEIGHT WT.
118.17 100.00

PCT.
VOL.
100.00


PCT.
VOL.
100.00


PCT.
VOL.
100.00


PCT.
VOL.
100.00
                                      B-64

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FORMULATION  : 6
                     Table B-18
FORMULATION PROFILES FOR RUG AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANERS
                    (Continued)

                                           PCT.VOC:  .9
SAROAD
NUMBER
43308
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43308
43304
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43308
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER

CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
111-76-2 BUTYL CELLOSOLVE
PERFUME
: 9
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
111-76-2 BUTYL CELLOSOLVE
67-63-0 ISO-PROPYL ALCOHOL
PERFUME
: 10
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
111-76-2 BUTYL CELLOSOLVE
: 11
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
PERFUME
MOL.
WEIGHT
118.17
50.00
PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT
118.17
60.10
50.00
PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT
118.17 :
PCT,
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
PCT
WT.
100.00
0.00
.VOC: 9.
PCT
WT.
17.58
82.42
0.00
.VOC: 1
PCT
WTo
LOO. 00
.VOC: 0
PCT
WT.
0.00
PCT.
VOL.
100.00
0.00
1
PCT.
VOL.
9.79
90.21
0.00

PCT.
VOL.
100.00

PCT.
VOL.
0.00
                                       B-65

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                                     Table B-18
                FORMULATION PROFILES FOR RUG AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANERS
                                    (Continued)
FORMULATION  : 12
                                                           PCT.VOC: 1
SAROAD
NUMBER .
43308
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
NO VOC
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43308
FORMULATION
SARQAD
NUMBER
43308
43214
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
111-76-2 BUTYL CELLOSOLVE
: 13
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME

: 14
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
111-76-2 BUTYL CELLOSOLVE
PERFUHE
: 15
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
111-76-2 BUTYL CELLOSOLVE
75-28-5 ISOBUTANE
PERFUME
MOL.
WEIGHT
118.17
PCI
MOL.
WEIGHT

PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT
118.17
50.00
PCT,
MOL.
WEIGHT
118.17
48.04
50.00
PCT
WT.
100.00
f.VOC: 0
PCT
WT.

.VOC: .6
PCT
WT.
100.00
0.00
.VOC: 8.6
PCT
WT.
1.23
98.77
0.00
PCT.
VOL.
100.00

PCT.
VOL.


PCT.
VOL.
100.00
0.00

PCT.
VOL.
. .63
99.37
0.00
                                      B-66

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                                     Table B-18
                FORMULATION PROFILES FOR RUG AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANERS
                                    (Continued)
FORMULATION  : 16
                                                           PCT.VOC: 0
SAROAD CAS
NUMBER NUMBER SPECIES NAME
NO VOC
FORMULATION : 3.7
SAROAD CAS
NUMBER NUMBER SPECIES NAME
43304 67-63-0 ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL
FORMULATION : 18
SAROAD CAS
NUMBER NUMBER SPECIES NAME
NO VOC
FORMULATION : 19
SAROAD CAS
NUMBER NUMBER SPECIES NAME
43308 111-76-2 BUTYL CELLOSOLVE
MOL. PCT PCT.
WEIGHT UT. VOL.

PCT.VOC: U
MOL. PCT PCT.
WEIGHT WT. VOL.
118.17 100.00 100.00
PCT.VOC: 0
MOL. PCT PCT.
WEIGHT WT. VOL.

PCT.VOC: 3.2
MOL. PCT PCT.
WEIGHT WT. VOL.
118.17 100.00 100.00
                                       B-67

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                                      Table B-18
                 FORMULATION PROFILES FOR RUG AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANERS
                                     (Continued)
 FORMULATION  : 20
                                                            PCT.VOC: 3.2
SAROAD
NUMBER
43308
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
.
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
111-76-2 BUTYL CELLOSOLVE
: 21
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
PERFUME
: 22
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
MOL.
WEIGHT
118.17
PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
PCT.
MOL.
WEIGHT
PCT
WT.
100.00
.VOC: 0
PCT
WT.
0.00
VOCs 0
PCT
WT.
PCT.
VOL.
100.00

PCT.
VOL.
0.00

PCT.
VOL.
NO VOC
                                       B-68

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                                      Table B-19
                  FORMULATION PROFILES FOR LUBRICANTS AND S1LICONES
 FORMULATION
                                                                  PCT.VOC:  0
SAROAD           CAS                                         MQL       pCT
NUMBER           NUMBER    SPECIES NAME                    WEIGHT      WT.

NO VOC                                         	""""
W*»«B^«,_«._M. __ _ «, — ^iml..»..__ ^~'""~'™*"~""""""~"*~-*~"~~"-" — —-• — —•"—— — •••••_»—— —


FORMULATION  :  2                                                  PCT>VOC:


SAROAD           CAS                             _   """"	2^	""	"""
NUMBER           NUMBER    SPECIES NAME                    WEIGHT      n.     VOL.
****^^^****^^*^**™'*-^^"**>'a**"^«»«»^^^a»«»».^j.^^^,f^^,,^BB<— ••^^••^^^^
43000         8030-30-6    ALIPHATIC NAPHTHA                5o"oo"~~65"oO~"~7i~15
ic/U         3115-49-9    NONYLPHENOXY ACETIC ACID         50.00     0.00     O.*00
45479         1330-78-5    TRICRESYL PHOSPHATE             368.37    10.00     1 49
                            OXYGENATED ORGANIC  ACID          50.00    20.00    21*85
                            COLLOIDAL GRAPHITE  DISPERSION    50.00     5.00     5*47
                            IN ALIPHATIC NAPHTHA
                                        B-69

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                                       Table B-20
                  FORMULATION  PROFILES FOR METAL CLEANERS AND POLISHES
  FORMULATION   s  1
                                                              PCT.VOC;  30
 SAROAD
 NUMBER
   CAS
   NUMBER  SPECIES NAME
   MOL.
 WEIGHT
   PCT
   WT.
  PCT.
  VOL.
 43308
                  111-76-2  BUTYL CELLOSOLVE
                                                       118.17   100.00   100.00
 FORMULATION
                                                             PCT.VOC: 60.9
 SAROAD
 NUMBER
   CAS
   NUMBER  SPECIES NAME
   MOL.
 WEIGHT
  PCT
  WT.
 PCT.
 VOL.
 43125
 43301
8008-20-6  KEROSENE
  67-56-1  METHYL ALCOHOL
  50.00
  32.04
94.42
 5.58
91.55
 8.45
 FORMULATION   :  3
                                                             PCT.VOC:  0
SAROAD
NUMBER
NO VOC
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME

MOL.
WEIGHT

PCT
WT.

PCT.
VOL.

FORMULATION
                                                            PCT.VOC: 0
SAROAD
NUMBER
  CAS
  NUMBER  SPECIES NAME
  MOL.
WEIGHT
 PCT
 WT.
PCT.
VOL.
NO VOC
                                       B-70

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FORMULATION  : 5
                     TableB-20
FORMULATION PROFILES FOR METAL CLEANERS AND POLISHES
                    (Continued)

                                            PCT.VOC: 30
SAROAD
NUMBER
43118
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43909
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
45707
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43369
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
8032-32-4 MINERAL SPIRITS
: 6
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
68-11-1 THIOGLYCOLIC ACID
: 7
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
95-14-7 BEN20TRIAZOLE
PERFUME
: &
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
57-55-6 PROPYLENE GLYCOL
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
PC'
MOL.
WEIGHT
92.11.
PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT
119.10
50.00
PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT
76.11
PCT
WT.
100.00
r.VOC: 6
PCT
WT.
100.00
'.VOC: .9
PCT
WT.
100.00
0.00
.VOCs 25
PCT
WT.
100.00
PCT.
VOL.
100.00

PCT.
VOL.
100.00

PCT.
VOL.
100. 00
0.00

PCT.
VOL.
100.00
                                       B-71

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FORMULATION  : 9
                     Table B-20
FORMULATION PROFILES FOR METAL CLEANERS AND POLISHES
                    (Continued)

                                            PCT.VOC: 5
SAROAD
NUMBER
43353
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43300
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43125
43824
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
43355
CAS
NUMBER
34590-94-8
: 10
CAS
NUMBER
34590-94-8
: 11
CAS
NUMBER
8008-20-6
79-01-6
: 12
CAS
NUMBER
8002-09-3
8000-41-7
SPECIES NAME
DIPROPYLENE GLYCOL
MONOMETHYL ETHER

SPECIES NAME
DIPROPYLENE GLYCOL
MONOMETHYL ETHER

SPECIES NAME
KEROSENE
TRICHLOROETHYLENE

SPECIES NAME
PINE OIL
TERPINEOL
MOL.
WEIGHT
148.20
PCI
MOL.
WEIGHT
148.20
PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
131.29
PCT.
MOL.
WEIGHT
136.23
154.11
PCT
WT.
100.00
'.VOC: 5
PCT
WT.
100.00
.VOC: 22
PCT
WT.
90.91
3.67
VOC: 2
PCT
WT.
9.00
91.00
PCT.
VOL.
100.00

PCT.
VOL.
100.00

PCT.
VOL.
96.33
3.67

PCT.
VOL.
10.06
89.94
                                      B-72

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FORMULATION
                                     Table B-20
                FORMULATION PROFILES FOR METAL CLEANERS AND POLISHES
                                    (Continued)
13
                                                            PCT.VOC: 25
SAROAD
NUMBER

43355
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER •
43125
45101
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
NO VOC
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
NO VOC
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
8002-09-3 PINE OIL
8000-41-7 TERPINEOL
: .'14
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
8008-20-6 KEROSENE
8032-32-4 VM&P NAPTHA
: 15
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME

: 16
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME

MOL.
WEIGHT
136.23
154.11
PCT.
MOL.
WEIGHT
50.00
116.00
. PCT.
MOL.
WEIGHT

PCT.
MOL.
WEIGHT
.
PCT
WT.
9.00
91.00
VOC: 36
PCT
WT.
33.33
66.67
VOC: 0
PCT
WT.

VOC: 0
PCT
WT.

PCT.
VOL.
10.06
89.94

PCT.
VOL.
53.70
46.30

PCT.
VOL.


PCT.
VOL.

                                       B-73

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FORMULATION
                                     Table B-20
                FORMULATION PROFILES FOR METAL CLEANERS AND POLISHES
                                    (Continued)
17
                                                            PCT.VOC:  0
SAROAD CAS
NUMBER NUMBER SPECIES NAME
PERFUME
FORMULATION : 18
SAROAD CAS
NUMBER NUMBER SPECIES NAME
NO VOC
FORMULATION : 19
SAROAD CAS
NUMBER NUMBER SPECIES NAME
NO VOC
FORMULATION : 20
SAROAD CAS
NUMBER NUMBER SPECIES NAME
43304 67-63-0 ISO-PROPYL ALCOHOL
45478 . 99-76-3 METHYL P-HYDROXYBENZOATE
MOL. PCT PCT.
WEIGHT WT. VOL.
50.00 0.00 0.00
PCT.VOC: 0
MOL. PCT PCT.
WEIGHT WT. VOL.

PCT.VOC: 0
MOL. PCT PCT.
WEIGHT UT. VOL.

PCT.VOC: 7.9
MOL. PCT PCT.
WEIGHT WT. VOL.
60.10 98.73 99.50
152.14 1.27 .50
                                      B-74

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                                      Table B-20
                 FORMULATION PROFILES FOR METAL CLEANERS AND POLISHES
                                     (Continued)
 FORMULATION
21
                                                             PCT.VOC:  .1
SAROAD
NUMBER
45478
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
45478
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
45478
FORMULATION
SAROAD
NUMBER
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
99-76-3 METHYL P-HYDROXYBENZOATE
: 22
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
99-76-3 METHYL P-HYDROXYBENZOATE
: 23
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
99-76-3 METHYL P-HYDROXYBENZOATE
: 24
CAS
NUMBER SPECIES NAME
MOL.
WEIGHT
152.14
PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT
152.14
PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT
152.14
PCT
MOL.
WEIGHT
PCT
WT.
100.00
'.VOC: .1
PCT
WT.
iOO.OO
.VOCs . i
PCT
WT.
100.00
.VOCj 5
PCT
WT.
PCT.
VOL.
100.00

PCT.
VOL.
100.00

PCT.
VOL.
100.00

PCT.
VOL.
43302
  64-17-5  ETHYL ALCOHOL
                                                       46.07   100.00   100.00
                                        B-75

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                APPENDIX C
RAW DATA ON CONSUMER PRODUCT FORMULATIONS

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               1.   FORMULATION DATA FOR PAINTS, PRIMERS AND VARNISHES
Formula Compound
Mol Wt  XWt.VOC
                                                     y.wt.
                              #Mol
                                              SAROAD
' 1


2



3
4

5

6

7

Ethylene Glycol
Propylene Glycol
Slycol Ethers and
Ester Ethers
Misc.

Other Ketones and
Esters
Ethylene Blycol
Propylene Slycol
Glycol Ethers and
Ester "Ethers
Misc. :

Ethylene Glycol
Glycol Ethers and
Ester Ethers
Aliphatic HCs
Isamers a-F Xylene

Aliphatic HCs
Isomers o-f Xylene

Aliphatic HCs
Iso-propyl Alcohol

Aliphatic HCs
Iso-propyl Alcohol

62.10
76.11
50.00
50.00

50.00
62. 10
76.11
50.00
50.00

62. 10
50.00
50.00
: 106. 17

50.00
106.17

•50.00
60. 10

50.00
60.10

55.50
23. 70
14.00
1 . 80
100.00
3.80
26.30
50.20
17.40
2.30
100.00
80.60
18.40
100.00
98.50
1 . 50
100.00
98.70
1 . 30
100.00
94.40
5.60
100.00
98.40
1.60
100.00
55.50
28.70
14.00
1.80

3.80
26.30
50.20
17.40
2.30

80.60
18.40
98.50
1.50

98. 70
1 . 30

94.40
5.60

98.40
1 . 60

. 8937
.3771
. 2800
. 0360

. 0760
. 4235
.6596
. 3480
. 0460

1 . 2979
. 3680
1 . 9700
.0141

1 . 9740
.0122

1.8880
• -0932

1 . 9680
. 0266

56.32
T-T "7 1
-!.•_'« /Q
17.65
2.27

4.89
27.27
42.47
22.41
2.96

77.91
22.09
99.29
.71

99.38
.62

95.30
4.70

98.67
1 . 33

4337C
43369



43370
43369


43370
43000
45102

43000
43102

43000
43304

43000
43304

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Formula Compound
8 Iso-propyl Alcohol
Other Ketones and
Esters
Ethylene Slycol
9 Other Ketones and
Esters
Ethylene Slycol
Propylene Slycol
Slycol Ethers and
Ester Ethers
10 Other Ketones and
Ethers
Ethylene Glycol
11 Other Ketones and
Esters
Ethylene Slycol
Slycol Ethels and
Ester Ethers

12 Aliphatic HCs
Isomers ot" Xylene
13 Aliphatic HCs
14 Aliphatic HCs
15 Aliphatic HCs
. 16 Aliphatic HCs
17 Aliphatic HCs

Mol Wt
60.10
50.00
62. 10
50.00
62. 10
76.11
50.00
50.00
62.10
50.00
' 62. 10
50.00

50.00
106. 17
50.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
50.00

•/.wt.voc
1 . 30
43.70
55.00
100.00
45.50
33.30
21.20
trace
100.00
34.60
65.40
100.00
24.50
75.50
trace
100.00
97.80
2.20
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
1 00 . 00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
• 100.00
C-2
•/.wt.
1 . 30
43. 70
55.00
45.50
33.30
21.20
34.60
65.40
24.50
75. 50

97.80
2.20
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00

#Mol %VOL
.0216 1.21
.8740 49.07
.8857 49.72
.9100 52.76
.5362 31.09
.2785 16.15
.6920 39.65
1.0531 60.35
. 4900 28. 73
1.2158 71.27

1.956C 98.95
. 0207 1 . 05
2.0000 100.00
2.0000 100.00
2.0000 100.00
2.0000. 100.00
2.0000 100.00

3AROAC
COD?
43304
43370

43370
433t>9

43370

43370

^3000
45102
43000
43000
43000
43000
43000
mm^

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Formula
18

Compound

Aliphatic HCs
Toluene
Isomers o-f Xylene
Methylene Chloride
1,1, 1-Trichloroethane


Hoi
50.
92.
'106.
84.
133.

Wt
00
10
17
93
41

%wt.
58
16
10
11
2
100
VQC
. 00
.20
.20
.73
.07
. 00
xwt.
58.00
16.20
10.20
1 1 . 73
2.07

*Mol 7.VOL
1.1600
.1759
.0961
. 1381
.0155

73.
11.
6.
8.
•

16
09
06
71
96

3AROAD
CODE
43000
45202
45102
43802
43814

2. FORMULATION  DATA  FOR HAIR SPRAYS
rrmula Compound
1
2
3
4
=.
6
7
8
Ethyl Alcohol
Dichlorodif luoromethane
Ethyl Alcohol
Dichlorodi-fluorome thane
Ethyl Alcohol
Dichlorodi-fluoromethane
Ethyl Alcohol
Dichlorodi-F luoromethane
Ethyl Alcohol
Dichlorod if luoromethane
Ethyl Alcohol
Dichlorod i f luoromethane
Ethyl Alcohol
Dichlorodi-fluoromethane
Ethyl Alcohol
Trich loro-f luoromethane
Dichlorodi-fluoromethane
Mai Wt
46.07
120.90
46.07
120.91
46.07
120.91
46.07
120.91
46.07
120.91
46.07
120.91
46.07
120.91
46.07
137.36
120.91
•/.wt.voc
47.0"
50.0
97.0
47.0
50.0
97.0
46.0
50. 0
96.0
46.0 '
50.0
96.0
46.0
50.0
96.0
46.0
50.0
96.0
47.0
50.0
97.0
47.0
25.0
25.0
97.0
%wt.
48.45
51.55
48.45
51.55
47.92
52. OB
47.92
52.08
47. 92
52.08
47.92
52.08
48.45
51 . 55
48.45
25.77
25.77
# Mol
1 . 0202
.4136
1 . 0202
.4135
.9985
.4135
.9985
.4135
. 9985
.4135
.9985
.4135
1 . 0202
.4135
1 . 0202
.1820
.2068
% Vol
71.16
28.84
71.16
28.84
70.71
29.29
70.71
29.29
70. 71
29.29
70.71
29.29
71.16
28.84
72.41
12.92
14.68
SAROAD
CODES
43301
43823
43301
43823
43301
43823
43301
43823
43301
43823
43301
43823
43301
43823
43301
43811
43823
               C-.1

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Formula Compound
Mol Wt  '/.Wt.VOC'
                                                     %Wt.
       SAROAD
>.VOL     CODE
9


10




11



12





13





14






15





Ethyl Alcohol
Iso-prapyl Alcohol

Essential Oil
Ethyl Alcohol
Dichlorodi-f luoromethane
Tricnloro-f luoromethane

Essential Oil
Ethyl Alcohol
Dichloromethane
Dichlorodi-Fluoromethane
Trichloro-fluoromethane

Ethyl Alcohol
Essential Oil
Dichloromethane
Dichlorodi-f luoromethane
Trichloro-fluoromethane

Essential Oil
Dichloromethane
Ethyl Alcohol
Dichlorodi -f luoromethane
Trichloro-f luoromethane

Diethylphthalate
Essential Oil
Dichloromethane
Ethyl Alcohol
Dich 1 orod i -f luoromethane
Tricnloro-f luoromethane
«
Essential Oil
Dichloromethane
Iso-propyl Alcohol
Dichlorodi-f luoromethane
Trichloro-fluoromethane

44.07
60. 10

50.00
46.07
120.91
137.36

50.00
46.07-
84.93
120.91
137.36

46.07
50.00
84.93
120.91
137.36

50.00
84.93
46.07
120.90
137.36

222.20
50.00
84.93
46.07
120.91
137.36

• 50.00
84.93
60. 10
120.91
137.36

80.8
6.5
87. -3
.3
36.5
30.0
30.0
96.8
•7
a • J
10.0
15.0
35.4
35.4
96.0
4.0
• O
25.0
33. 4
33.4
96.0
.3
10.0
34.6
35.0
15.0
94.9
.1
.3
15.0
39.6
36.0
4.0
95.0
.3
10.0
29.6
30.0
30.0
99.9
92.55
7.45

.31
37.71
30.99
30.99

.31
10.42
15.62
36.82
36.82-

4.17
.31
26.04
34.74
34.74

.32
10.54
36.46
36.88
15.81

.11
.32
15.79
41.68
37.89
4.21

. 30
10.01
29.63
30.03
30.03

1 . 7539
.1082

. 0060
. 7923
.2481
.2184

. 0060
.2171
.1766
. 2924
.2574

. 0868
. 0060
.2944
.2756
.2428

. 0060
.1177
.7510
.2895
. 1092

. 0005
. 0060
.1766
.8596
.2977
.0291

. 0060
.1177
. 4925
.2481
.2184

94.19
5.81

.47
62. 64
19.62
17.27

.63
22.66
18.60
30.79
27.11

9.59
.66
32.50
30.45
26.80

.47
9.25
58.98
22.73
8.58

.03
.'44
12.90
62.77
21.74
2.13

.55
10.87
45.49
22.91
20. 17

4.TT1--, f
^•-.'•_IlJ 1
43304


4^,01
"•—''—"•.' JL
43823
43811


ATTYi-j
™ •-'•-'••• 1
43802
43823
43811

43301

43302
43823
43811


43S02
43301
43823
43811

43453

43802
43301-
43823
43811


43802
43304
43823
43811

                                             C-4

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Formula Compound
16 Essential Oil
Ethyl Alcohol
Di ch lorod i f 1 uoromethane
Tr i ch 1 orot 1 uoromethane
Mol Wt '/.Wt.VOC
50.00
46.07
120.91
137.36
. ?•
33.6
30.0
30.0
•/.wt.
35
31
31

.32
.78
.95
.95
ttMol
. 0060
.7293
.2481
.2184
y.vm
60
20
18
3AROAD
CODE
.50
.63
.64
.17
43301
43823
43811
93.9
17 Essential Oil
Ethyl Alcohol
D i ch 1 orod i f 1 uoromethane
Trichloro-f luoromethane

18 Ethyl Alcohol
Trichloro-f luoromethane
Di ch lorod i f 1 uoromethane

19 Ethyl Alcohol
Trichloro-f luoromethane
Dich lorod i f luoromethane

50.
46.
120.
137.

46.
137.
120.

46.
137.
120.

00
, 07
91
TA

07
36
91

07
36
90

.3
35.7
30.0
30.0
96. "
28.
35.
35.
98.
28.
35.
3.
66.
O
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
.31
. 37.19
31.25
31.25

28.
35.
35.

42.
53.
4.


,57
71
71

42
03
55

. 0060
.7749
.2481
.2184

. 6078
.2548
.2895

. 6078
.2548
. 0248

i
62,
19,
17.

.48
.12
,89
,51

52.76
22.12
25. 13

68.
28.
2.


49
71
80

43301
43323
43811

43301
43811
43823

43301
43811
43823

.05

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                          2.  FORMULATION DATA FOR ALL PURPOSE CLEANERS
Formula Compound
Mol Wt  '/.Wt.VOC
                                                     7.Wt.
                                 3AROAD
                         %VOL     CODE
   1    No VOC

   2    No VDC

   3    Pine Oil
        Iso-propyl Alcohol


   4    No VOC

   5    No VOC

   6    No VOC

   7    No VQC

   8    No VOC

   9    Per-fume

  10    Per-fume

  11    No VOC

  12    No VOC

  13    No VOC

  14    No VOC

  15    No VOC

  16     No VOC

  17    No VOC

  IS    Per-fume

  19     No  VOC
     60. 10
    50.00
 10.00
 17.50
 27.50
36.36
63.64
.0734    20.13
i2912    79.87
                                                  43304
     50.00    trace

     50.00    trace
trace
                                             C-6

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SAROAD
 Formula Compound
                                 Mol Wt  %Wt.VQC     %Wt.     ftMol     XVOL
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
No VOC
Propylene Glycol 76.11
Propylene Glycol 76.11
Per-Fume 50-00
Propylene Slycol 76.11
No VOC
No VOC
No VOC
No VOC
No VOC
2-<2-Butoxyethoxy>-ethanol 162.23
2- (2-ButoKyethoxy) -ethanol 162. 23
2- (2-Butoxyethoxy) -ethanol 162. 23
No VOC
No VOC
Pine Oil 50<00
Kerosene 50.00

3.50 100.00
3.50
3.50 100.00
3.50
trace
3.50 100.00
3.50





5.00 100.00 .
c;
5.00 100.00
5
5.00 100.00
5


15.00 35.71
27.00 64.29

.0460 100.00 43369
.0460 100.00 43369

.0460 100.00 43369





.0308 100.00 43312
.0306 100.00 43312
.0308 100.00 43312


.3000 35.71
. 5400 A4 . 79 AT 1 -?=;
                                              42.00.
                                            C-7

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SAROAD
 Formula Compound
                                 hoi Wt  '/.Wt.VQC     XWt.     #Mol     '/.VOL     CODE
   36    Kerosene
         Pine Oil
   37    No VOC

   38    Propylene Glycol
50.00    30.00    90.91
50.00     3.00     9.09
         33.00
76.11     6.00   100.00
          6.00
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
GT">
WA-
53
54
No VOC
No VOC
No VOC
No VQC
No VQC
No VOC
No VOC
No VOC
No VOC
No VOC
No VOC
No VOC
No VOC
Fer-fume
Perfume
Methyl Cellossolve











-

50.00 trace
50.00 trace
76.11 2.00
2.00
 .6000    90.91     43125
 .0600     9.09
                                                                 .0788   100.00-   43369
                                                       100.00
.0263
                                  100.00
                                             C-B

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SARQAD
 Formula Compound
                                 Mol Wt  XWt.VOC      7.Wt.      #Mol      '/.VOL     CODE
   55    Butyl Cellosolve
   56

   57


   58

   59

   60


   61


   62

   63

  64

  65
                             118.17     5.00   100.00    .0423   100.00    43308
No  VOC

No  VOC

No  VOC

No  VOC

No  VOC

No  VOC

No  VOC

No  VQC

No VQC


2-(2-Butoxyethoxy)-ethanol  162.23
  66    2-<2-Butoxyethoxy)-ethanol   162.23
  63    No VOC

  69    No VOC

  70    No VOC

  71    No VOC

  72    No VOC

  73    Propylene  Slycol But.Eth.
                            132.20
3.00
3.00


3.00
   T
3.00
3.00
                                                       100.00
                                                       100.00
  67    2-(2-Butoxyethoxy)-ethanol  162.23     5.00    100.00
       100.00
                                                         ,0185    100.00     43312
                                                         ,0185    100.00     43312
                                                         ,0308   100.00    43312
                                                                ,0227   100.00    43354
                                             C-9

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SAROAD
 Formula Compound
Mol Wt  y.Wt.VQC      '/.Wt.      ttMol     7.VOL
                                                                                   CODE
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
Butyl Cellosolve
Butyl Cellosolve
Butyl Cellosolve
Butyl Cellosolve
2- (2-Butoxyethoxy) -ethanol
2- (2-Butoxyethoxy) -ethanol
2- (2-Butoxyethoxy) -ethanol
2- (2-Butoxyethoxy) -ethanol
Butyl Cellosolve
Butyl Cellosolve
Butyl Cellosolve
2- (2-Butoxyethoxy ) -ethanol
118.17
118.17
118.17
118.17
162.23
162.23
162.23
162.23
118.17
118.17
118.17
162.23
6.50
6.5
5.00
5
3.50
3.5
5.00
5
5.00
5
5.00
5
5.00
• 5
5.00
5
10.00
10
8.50
8.50
6.00
6.00
10. 00
10.00
100.00
100.00
100. 00
100.00
1 00 . 00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
. 0550
. 0423
. 0296
. 0423
.0303
. 0308
. 0308
. 0308
. 0846
.0719
.0508
.0616
100.00
100.00
1 00 . 00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
43306
43308
43308
4330S
43312
43312
43312
43312
43308
43308
43308
43312
                                              C-10

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SAROAD
 Formula Compound
                                  Mol Wt  XWt.VOC      7.Wt.      #Mol     7.VOL
36
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
No VOC
No VOC
Ethanolamine 61.01
No VOC
No VOC
No VOC
No VOC
Butyl Cellosolve 118.17
Butyl Ceilosolve 118.17
No VOC
Pine Oil 50.00
Terpineol 154.11
Iso-propyl Alcohol 60. 10
Pine Oil 50.00
Terpineol 154.11
Iso-propyl Alcohol 60.10
Pertume 50.00
2- <2-Butaxyethoxy)-ethanol 162.23


2.00 100.00
2.00




8.00 100.00
8. 00
8.00 100.00
8.00

•67 4.12
6.83 42.03
8.75 53.85
16.25
.67 4.12
6.83 42.03
8.75 53.85
16.25
trace
1.00 100.00
1 . 00


.'0328 100.00 43777




.0677 100.00 43308
.0677 100.00 43308

.0134 6.59
.0443 21.80 43355
. 1456 71.61 •" 43304
.0134 6.59
.0443 21.80 43355
-.1456 71.61 43304

.0062 100.00 43318
                                             C-ll

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SAROAD
 Formula Compound
Mol Wt  '/.Wt.VOC
                                                       7.Wt.
                                                                                   CODE
100
101
102
103
104
. 105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115

2-<2-Buto>tyethoxy)-ethanol 162.23 1.00 100.00
1 . 00
No VOC
No VOC
pine Oil 50.00 .90 9.00
Terpineol 154.11 9.10 91.00
10.00
Pine Oil 50.00 .70 9.33
Terpineol 154.11 6.80 90.67
7.50
Butyl Cellosolve 118.17 6.00 100.00
6.00
Butyl Cellosolve 118.17 2.65 100.00
2.65
No VOC
No VOC
No VOC
No VOC
Mineral Spirits 50.00 10.00 100.00
10.00
No VOC
No VOC
No VOC
No VOC
C-12
.0062 100.00 43318


.0180 23.36
.0590 76.64 43355
.0140 24.09
.0441 75.91 43355
.0508 100.00 43308
.0224 100.00 43308




.2000 100.00 43118




_^_^_____^

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Formula Compound
                                  Mol  Wt  '/.Wt.VOC
7.Wt.
                    3AROAD
116 No VOC
117 Propylene Glycol
Pine Oil

118 No VOC
119 Butyl Cellosolve
120 No VOC
121 Kerosene
VM&P Naptha
Propylene Blycol

122 Butyl Cellosolve

123 Butyl Cellosolve


90. 10
50.00


118.17

50.00
116.00
90. 10

118.17

118.17


5.00
.10
5.10

5.00
5.00

5.00
20.00
3. 00
28.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00

98.04
1.96


100.00

17.86
71.43
10.71

100.00

100.00


. 0555
. 0020


. 0423

.1000
.1724
. 0333

. 0254

.0254


96.52
3.4B


100.00

32.71
56.40
10.89

100.00



-UUfc.
43369


43308

43125
45101
43369

43308

43308

^. FORMULATION DATA FOR INSECT SPRAYS
Formula Compound
1 Inert Ingredients

2 DDVP
Inert Ingredients

3 Petroleum Distillates
Inert Ingredients
N-Butane -
Ispbutane

4 DDVP
Petroleum Distillates
Inert Ingredients
N-Butane
Isobutane

Mol Wt
50.00

220.98
50.00

50. 00
50.00
58.12
58.12

220. 98
50.00
50. 00
58.12
58.12

•/.wt.voc
86.50
86.50
20.00
80.00
100.00
10.20
59.12
15.00
15.00
99.32
.20
1.04
67.91
15.00
15.00
99.15
%wt.
100.00

20.00
' 80.00

10.27
59.52
15.10
15.10

.20
1.05
68.49
15.13
15.13

#Mol
1 . 7300

. 0905
1 . 6000

. 2040
1 . 1824
.2581
.2581

. 0009
. 0208
1 . 3582
.2581
.2581

"/.Vol
100.00

•jt 35
94.65

10.72
62. 15
13.57
13.57

.05
1.10
71.63
13.61
13.61

SAROAD
CODE




43000
43121
43214

43000
43121


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Formula Compound
Mol Wt  XWt.VOC
                    3AROAD
'/.Wt.     #Mol     %VOL     CODE
5 Petroleum Distillates
Inert Ingredients
N-Butane
Isobutane
50
50
58
58
. 00
. 00
.12
.12
1 . 04
67.91
15.00
15.00
1.05
68.63
15.16
15.16
. 0208
1 . 3582
.2581
.2581
1.10
71.67
13.62
13.62
43000
43121
43214
98.95
6 Petroleum Distillates
Inert Ingredients
N-Butane
Isobutane
50.00
50.00
58.12
58.12
11.83
58.00
15.00
15.00
11.85
58.10
15.03
15.03
. 2366
1.1600
.2581
.2581
12.37
60.64
13.49
13.49
43000
43121
43214
99.83
7 Petroleum Distillates
Inert Ingredients
N-Butane
Isobutane

8 No VOC
9 Pine Oil
Petroleum Distillates
Inert Ingredients
N-Butane
Isobutane

10 Insecticide Solution
in Kerosene
N-Butane

5. FORMULATION
50.00
50.00
58.12
58.12




8.05
60.50
15.00
15.00
98.

136.23
50.
50.
58.
58.

50.

58.

00
00
12
12

00

12

68.
15.
15.
99.
15.

40.
55.
DATA FOR CAR
Formula Compound Mol. Wt.
1 ' Faxam 22 50.
Diethylaminoethanol 117.
Mineral Spirits 50.

2 Solvent 50.
3 No VOC
00
07
00

00

'/. Wt.
5

5
10
22

VOC
.00
.50
.00
.50
.50

55

90
40
61
00
00
91
50

00
50
8.17
61.39
15.22
15.22


.90
.40
68.67
15.01
15.01

27.93

72.07

POLISHES AND







% Wt. #
47.62
4.76
47.62

100.00 '

.1610
1.2100
.2581
.2581


. 0066
. 0080
1 . 3722
.2581
.2581

.3100

.6882

WAXES
• Mol.
.1000
. 0043
.1000

. 4500

8.
64.
13.
13.



•
72.
13.
13.

31.

68.


'/.Vol.
48.95
2.09
48.95

100.00

53
12
68 .
68


35
42
11
56
56

05

95









43000
43121
43214



43000
43121
43214



43121


SAROAD
CODE

43700
43118



C-14

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Formula Compound
4 Mineral Spirits
Morpholine

5 Mineral Spirits
Morpholine

6 Morpholine
7 Mineral Spirits
• 8 Morpholine

9 Kerosene
Morpholine
Mineral Spirits

10 Kerosene
Mineral Spirits

1 1 Kerosene
Mineral Spirits
Morpholine
Iso-propyl Alcohol

12 Mineral Spirits
Solvent L-40
Iso-propyl Alcohol

13 Kerosene
Mineral Spirits
Iso-propyl Alcohol

14 No VOC
15 Kerosene
Mineral Spirits

Mol. Wt.
50.00
87.04

50.00
87.04

87.04
50.00
87.04

50.00
87. 04
50.00

50. 00
50.00

• 50.00
50.00
87.04
60. 10

50.00
50.00
60. 10

50.00
50. 00
60. 10


50.00
50.00

•/. wt.voc
32.00
2.00
35.50
32.00
.90
32.90
2.00
2.00
23.28
23.28
.40
.40
10.00
.80
20.00
30.80
10.00
16. 40
26.40
10.00
1 1 . 00
2.10
.40
23.50
11.00
10.75
.25
11. 11
10.00
16.03
.12
26. 15

.25
57. 25
57. 75
'/. Wt.
94.12
5.88

97.26
2.74

100.00
100.00
100.00

.32.47
2.60
64.94

37.88
62.12

42.55
46.81
8.94
. 1 . 70

50.00
48.86
1.14

38.24
61.30
.46


.43-
99.57

# Mol.
. 6400
. 0230

. 6400
.0103

. 0230
. 4656
. 0046

. 2000
. 0092
.. 4000

. 2000
. 3280

. 2000
. 2200
.0241
. 0067

. 2200
.2150
.0042

. 2000
. 3206
.0020


. 0050
1.1450

'/.Vol.
96.53
3.47

98.41
1.59

100.00
100.00
100.00

32.83
1.51
65.66

37.88
62.12

44.37
48. 80
5.35
1.48

50. 10
48.96
.95

38.27
61.35
.38


.43
99.57

SARQAI
CODE
431 IE

4311E

43742
43118
43742

43125
4374:
43118

43125
43118

43125
43118
43742
43304

43118
43304

43125
43118
43304


43125
43118

C-15

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Formula
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
Comaound
Kerosene
Mineral Spirits
Mineral Spirits
Kerosene
Solvent L-410
No VOC
Mineral Spirits
No VOC
No VOC
No VOC
Mineral Spirits
Mineral Spirits
Morpholine
Solvent L-140
Iso-propyl Alcohol
No VOC
Mineral Spirits
Kerosene
Morpholine
Mineral Spirits
Mineral Spirits
Mineral Spirits
Mol. Wt.
50.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
50.00

50.00



50.00
50.00
87.04
50.00
60. 10

50.00
50.00
• 87.04
50.00
50.00
50.00
'/. Wt.VOC
12.50
57.25
70.00
16.00
10.00
26.00
9.50
9.50

96.00
96.00



94.00
94.00
4.00
1.40
1.80
17.00
.50
17.50

15.00
15.00
1.00
31.00 "
35.60
35.60 '
72.70
72.70
78.18
78.18
'/. Wt.
17.92
82.06
61.54
38.46
100.00

100.00



100.00
74.07
25.93
97.14
2.86

48.39
48.39
3.23
100.00
100.00
100.00
'# Mol.
. 2500
1.1450
. 3200
. 2000
.1900

1 . 9200



1 . 8800
. 0800
.0161
. 3400
. 0083

. 3000
. 3000
.0115
.7120
1 . 4540
1 . 5636
. '/.Vol.
17.92
82.08
61.54
38.46
100.00

100.00



100.00
83.26
16.74
97.61
2.39

49.06
49.06
1.88
100.00
100.00 .
100.00
SAROAE
CODE
43125
4311E
4311S
43125


43118



43118
43118
43742
43304

43118
43000
43742
43118
43118
43118
C-16

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Formula Compound
32

33

34

Mineral Spirits

Mineral Spirits
Morpholine

Mineral Spirits
Morpholine

Mol Wt
50.

50.
87.

50.
87.

'/.Wt %WtVOC #Mol
00

00
04

00
04

23.60
23.26
27.50
3.60
31.10
36.00
4.00
40.00
100.00

88.42
11.58

90.00
10.00

'/.Vol
.4720 100.

.5500 93.
.0414 6.
t
.7200 94.
. 0460 6.

3AROAD
CODE
•00 43116

01 431 IS
99 4374:

00 43318
00 43742

6. FORMULATION DATA FOR ROOM DEODORANTS AND DISINFECTANTS
Formula
1

•*?

3

4

Compound
I SOP ropy 1 Alcohol
Per -fume

Propylene Slycol
E~thyl Alcohol
Methylene Chloride
Per-fume

Perfume
Propylene Slycol
I sop ropy 1 Alcohol
N-Butane

Per-fume
N-Butane

Mol Wt
60.10
50.00

76.11
46.07
84.93
50.00

50. 00
76.11
60. 10
58.12

50.00
58.12

%wt
86.5
.5
87.0
10.8
48.0
35. 0
1.2
95.0
.5
3.0
8.0
40.0
51.5
.5
35. 0
35.5
7.WWQC
99.43
.57

11.37
50.53
36.84
1.26

.97
5.83
15.53
77.67

1.41
98.59

#Mol
1.4393
.0100

.1419
1.0419
.4121
. 0240

.0100
. 0394
. 1331
.6882

.0100
. 6022

%Vol
99.31
.69

8.76
64.32
25.44
1.48

1.15
4.53
15.29
79.04

1.63
98.37

SAROAD
CODE
43304

43369
43302
43802

43369
43304
43312

43312

C-17

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                   7. FORMULATION DATA FOR CONSUMER ADHESIVES
Formula Compound
1 Petroleum Oil
2 No VOC
3 No VOC
4 Petroleum Oil
5 Toluene
6 Camphore
Acetone
Ethyl Alcohol 74 OP
Amyl Acetate
7 Tricresyl Phosphate
Tescol
Toluene
Nitropropane (l-,2-)
Mol Wt
50.00


50.00
92. 10
152.24
58.08
46.07
130.20
368.37
62.07
92. 10
89.09
8. FORMULATION DATA
Formula Compound Mol
1 Isomers of Xylene 106.
Iso-propyl Alcohol 60.
2 Isomers o-f Xylene 106.
•/.wt.voc y.wt.
3.00
3.00


12.00
12.00
80.00
80.00
6.00
1 1 . 00
44.00
24.00
85.00
2.00
1 1 . 40
43.00
3. 00
59.40
100.00


100.00
100.00
7.06
12.94
51.76
28.24
3.37
19.19
72.39
5.05
FOR CAULKING AND
Wt '/.Wt.VOC
17 10.
10 2.
12.
17 20.
20.
0
0
0
0
0
%wt.
83.33
16.67
100.00
#Mol
. 0600


. 2400
.8686
. 0394
.1894
.9551
. 1843
. 0054
. 1837
.4669
. 0337
SEALING
#Mol
0942
0333
1884
y.voi
100.00


100.00
100.00
2.88
13.84
69.80
13.47
.79
26.63
67.70
4.88
SAROAD
CODE
43000


43000
43370
43551
. 43436
43300
43370
43755
COMPOUNDS
%Vol
73.89
26.11
100.00
SAROAD
CODES
45102
43304
45102
No VOC
                                     C-18

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                         9. FORMULATION DATA FOR MOTH  CONTROL  PRODUCTS
Formula Compound

   1
                               Mol Wt   yiWt.VQC  XWt.
         Petroleum Distillate
         Inert Ingredients


         Isopara-F-finic HC's
         Inert Ingredients


         P-Dichlorobenzene
50.00
50.00

86. IS
50.00

47.00

52.95
45.00
97.95
7.75
91.85
99.60
100.00
100
54.06
45.94

7.78
92.22

100.00

                                                                    '/.  Vol
                                                             1.0590    54.06
                                                              .9000    45.94
 .0899     4.67
1.8370    95.33
                  bARQAD
                    CODE

                   43000
                                                                                43000
                                                              .6803   100.00    45307
Formula Compound
                      10.  FORMULATION DATA FOR WINDOW AND GLASS CLEANERS


                           Mol Wt   °/.WtVOC     %wt.     *Mol     %Vol   ^^
1

2

3

4

5

6

Iso-propyl Alcohol

Iso-propyl Alcohol

Iso-propyl Alcohol
Perfume

Iso-propyl Alcohol
Propane
Isobutane
N-Butane
Perfume

Iso-propyl Alcohol

Iso-propyl Alcohol
Propane
Isobutane
N-Butane
Butyl Cellosolve

60. 10

60.10

60. 10
50.00

60. 10
44.11
58.12
58.12

60. 10

60. 10
44 . 1 1
58.12
58.12
118.17

12.5
12.5
10.0
10.0
8.0
trace
8.0
9.6
.8
.1
3.1
trace
13.6
47.5
47.5
7.7
.6
.1
2.5
1.9
12.8
100.00

100.00

100.00
0.00

70.59
5.79
.88
22.74
0.00

100.00

60.00
4.92
.75
19.32
15.00

.2080

.1664

. 1331
0.0000

.1597
.0179
. 0021
. 0532
0.0000

. 7903

.1278
.0143
.0017
.0426
.0162

100.00

100.00

100.00
0.00

68.60
7.67
.89
22.85
0.00

100.00
;
63.09
7.06
.82
21.01
8.02

43304

43304

43304 •

43304
43204
43214
43212

43304

43304
43204
43214
43212
43308

                                            C-19

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Formula Compound
Mol Wt  '/.Wt.VQC
                          3AROAD
'/Mi.     #Mal     %Vol     CODES
7

3

9

10
11

12
13
14
15
16
Iso-propyl Alcohol
Isobutane
Butyl Cellosolve
Per-fume

Isopropanol
Butyl Cellosolve
Isobutane
Per-fume

Iso-propyl Alcohol
Butyl Cellosolve
Iso-propyl Alcohol
Per-fume

Iso-propyl Alcohol
Butyl Cellosolve
Methyl Alcohol
Per-fume

Methyl Alcohol
Per-fume
No VOC
No VOC
No VOC
No VOC
60. 10
58.12
118.17
50.00

60. 10
118.17
58.12
50.00

60. 10
118.17
58.12
50.00

60. 10
118.17
32.04

32. 04




11. FORMULATION
Formula
1
Compound
Herbicides


4.8
5.0
2.9
trace
12.t
4.8
2.9
5.0
trace
22.6
4.8
2.9
' 5.0
trace
22.6
8.0
1.0
9.0
7.0
trace
7.0
18.0
trace
18.0




37.70
39.68
22.62

37.70
22.62
39.68

37.70
22.62
39.68

88.89
11.11
100.00

100.00
0.00


-

. 0790
. 0860
.0241

. 0790
.0241
. 0860

. 0790
.0241
. 0860

. 1331
. 0085
.2185

.5618
0.0000




DATA FOR HERBICIDES AND
Mol

Aromatic HCs-CPrimarily Xyl'enes) 92
Wt '/.Wt.
.10 95
95
VOC
41.78
45.47
12.75

41.78
12.75
45.47

41.78
12.75
45.47

94.02
5.98
100.00

100.00
0.00




FUNBICIDES
43304
43214
43306

43304
43308
43214

43304
43308
43304

43304
43308
43301

43301





SARC
'/.Wt. ftMol XVol CC
.00 100.00 1.03
. 00
15 100.00 450
                                             C-20

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Formula Compound
                                          Mol Wt  XWt.VOC     XWt.     #Mol     %Vol
                                             SA
   2    Inert Ingredients


   3    No VQC

   4    Aromatic Petroleum Solvent
   5    Aromatic  Petroleum Solvent
        Methyl  Alcohol
  6    Heavy Aromatic Naptha
  7    No VOC

  S    Heavy Aromatic Naptha
       Methyl Alcohol
  9    No VOC

 10    No VOC '

 11    Aliphatic Petroleum Distillates
       Isomers o-f Xylene


       Fungicides
 12     No  VQC

 13     Petroleum  Distillates


 14    Petroleum  Distillates
 50.00    59.20   100.00   1.1840   100.DO
          59.20
                                           50.00
 50.00
 32.04
50.00
106.17
           25.00
           25.00

            5.38
            5.38
           10.75

           81.00
           81.00
                                                            100.00    .5000   100.00
50.00    .1075    39.05
50.00    .1678    60.95
50.00     9.40    50.00
32.04     9.40    50.00
         16.80
 50.00    25.00    100.00
         25.00
                          .5000   l ftft.no
                                         50.00    42.50   100.00     .8500    Iftft.ftft
                                                  42.50
4=
4.3
                                                            100.00    1.6200    100.00    4.=
                            .1880    39.05    45
                            .2934    60.95    43
         83.27    89.61    1.6654    94.82    43>
          9.65    10.39     .0909    '5.18    45
         92. 92
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      12.  FORMULATION DATA FOR PERSONAL DEODORANTS
Formula Compuond
1 Propane
Isobutane
N-Butane
2 Propylene Slycol
3 Ethyl Alcohol
Isobutane
Mol Wt
44.03
46.04
48.04
. 76.11
46.07
4B.04
•/.wt.voc
15.7
61;4
2.4
79.5
43.8
43.8
.8
75.0
75.8
%Wt.
19.75
77.23
3.02
100.00
1 . 06
98.94
#ho.
. 3566
1.2781
. 0500
.5755
.0174
1.5612
•;Vol
21. 17
75.87
2.97
100.00
1.10
- 98.90
SAROAD
CODE
43203
43214
43212
43369
43302
43214
      13. FORMULATION DATA  FOR  AUTO ANTIFREEZES
Formula
1
Compound
Ethylene Glycol
Diethylene Slycol
Mol Wt
62.30
106. 12
xwt.voc
85.75
4.50
90.25
xwt.
95.01
4.99
#Mol
1.38
. 04
%Vol
97.02
2.98
SAROAD
CODE
43370
43373
14.  FORMULATION DATA .FOR CARBURETOR  AND-CHOKE CLEANERS
Formula Compound
1 Ethylene Bichloride
Cresol (o-,m-,p-J
N-Butane
*
2 Alipnatic .HC's
N-Butane

•3 Cresol
Ethylene Dichloriae
Ethyl Alcohol
N-Butane
"
Mol Wt
99.00
108. 13
58.12

86.17
58.12

108. 13
99.00
46.01
58.12

•/.wt.voc
56.2
22.3
10.7
89.2
88.0
12.0
100.0
17.5
15.0
5.5
12.0
50.0
%wt.
63.00
25.00
12.00

88.00
12.00

35.00
30.00
1 1 . 00
24.00

*M01
.5677
.2062
.1841

1.0212
. 2065

.1618
.1515
.1195
. 2065

y.voi
59.26
'71. 5'^
19.22

83. 18
16.82

25.31
23.70
18.70
32.29

SARQAD
CODE
43815
45605
43212

43100
43212

45605
43815
43302
43212

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Formula Compound
4

5

Tetrahydro-fur-furyl Alcohol
Isomers o-f Xylene
Toluene
Acetone
Methyl Alcohol

Cresylic Acid
Methylene Chloride
0-Dich lorobenzene
Complex Amines

Mol Wt XWt.VOC
102. 12
106. 17
92. 10
58.08
32.04

108. 13
84. 93
147.00
73.14

10.0
30.0
35.0
5.0
10.0
90.0
11.9
31.7
31.3
.4
75.3
7.Wt.
11.11
33.33
38.89
5.56
11.11

15.80
42. 10
41.57
.53

#Mol
. 0979
. 2826
. 3800
.0861
.3121

.1101
.3732
.2129
. 0055

%Vol
8.45
24.39
32.80
7.43
26.94

15.68
53.19
30.34
.78

3AROAD
CODE
43321
45102
45202
43551
43301

45605
43802
45805
45700

                            15. FORMULATION DATA FOR BRAKE CLEANERS
 Formula Compound      Mol Wt  "/.Wt.VOC
                                                       SAROAD
                              %Wt.      #Mol     %Vol     CODE
    1     Methyl  Alcohol  32.04
         Ethyl  Alcohol   46.67
         Iso-propyl Ale  60.10
                  100.0
                  100.0

                  100.0
                  100.0

                  100.0
                  100.0
                                           100.00     3.12   100.00    43302
                                           100.00     2.14   100.00    43301
                                           100.00      1.66    100.00     43304
                          16.  FORMULATION  DATA  FOR  ENGINE DEBREASERS
Formula
Compound
                              Mol. Wt.    XWt.VOC       XWt.   ft Mol.
                                     SAROAD
                             X  Vol      CODE
   1    Iso-propyl Alcohol


   2    No VOC

   3    Kerosene


   4    Aromatic 150 Solvent
                   ' 60.1
                    50.0
                    50.0
25.0
25.0
79.8
79.8

80.0
80.0
                                       100.00    .4160   100.00    43304
                                       100.00   1.5960   100.00    43125
                                                         100   1.6000   100.00
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Formula Compouna
5 Mineral Spirits
hoi. wt."
50.0
6 Aromatic 150 Solvent 50.0
7 Heavy Aromatic Naphtha 50.0
5 Pine Oil
Ethanola.nune
Kerosene
9 Pe^chloroethylene
Kerosene
Butyl Cellcsolve
Ethanolafiiine
10 Butyl Cellosolve
Kerosene
11 Butyl Cellosolve
17.
Formula Compound Mol
1 Ethyl Etner 74.
136.23
61.08
50.0
165.83
50.0
118.17
61.08
118.17
50.0
118.17
'/.Wt.VOC
81.0
81.0
40.0
40.0
40.0
20.2
2.0
32.0
54.2
8.8
82.5
2.1
1.4
94.8
20.0
60.0
80.0
5.Q
5.0
'/.Wt. # Mol. '/. v'ol
	 ————_____
100.00 1.6200 100.00
100.00 .8000 100.00
100.00 .8000 100.00
37.27 .1483 18.06
3.69 .0327 3.99
59.04 .6400 77.95
9.28 .0531 3.04
87.03 1.6500 94.62
2.22 .0178 1.02
1 . 48 . 0229 1.31
25.00 .1692 12.36
75.00 1.2000 87.64
100.00 .0423 100.00
CODE
43118

45000
43777
43125
43817
43125
43308
43777
43303
43308
FORMULATION DATA FOR ENGINE STARTING FLUIDS-
Wt 7.Wt.VOC
12 100.00
100.00
18. FORMULATI-ON DATA
Formula Compound
1 Iso-propyl Alcohol
2 No VOC
3 No VOC

7.Wt.
100.00
FOR RU8 AND
Mol. Wt. %Wt.VOC XWt.
60.10 8.
8.

•

0 100.00
0


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SAROAD
#Mol %Vol CODE
1.35 100.00 43351
UPHOLSTERY CLEANERS
SAROAD
ft Mol. 7. Vol CODE
.1331 100.00 43304



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Formula     Compound      Mol. Wt.
%Wt.VOC     %wt.
                                      SAROAD

4
5
6
7
3
9
10
ii
12
13
14
15

No VQC
Butyl Cello-solve
Butyl Cellosolve
Butyl Celiosolve
Butyl Cellosolve
Pertume
Butyl Cellosolve
IsD-prcpyl Alcohol
Per turns
Butyl Cellosolve
Perfume
Butyl Cellosolve
No VQC
Butyl Cellosolve
Per -fume
Bu ty 1 Ce 1 1 oso 1 ve
Isobutane
Perfume

118.17
ne. 17
us. 17
ne. 17
50.00
us. 17
60. 10
50.00
ne. 17
50.00
118,17

ne. 17
118.17
60. 10
50.00

i.o 100.00 .ones
1.0
1.0 100.00 .0065
1.0
1.0 100.00 .0085
1.0
.9 100.00 .0076
trace
.9
1.6 17.56 .0135
7.5 82.42 .1246
trace
9.1
1.0 100.00 .0085
1.0
trace
1.0 100.00 .0085
1.0
-
.1 100.00 .0008
trace
.6
• 1 1 . 23 . 0003
8.0 98.77 .1331
trace
8.6
/. voi uODE
100.00 43308
100.00 43308
100.00 43308
100.00 43306
9,79 43308
90.21 43304
100.00 4330S

100.00 43308

100.00 43308
. 63 4330S
99.37 43214
16    No VOC

17    Iso-propyl Alcohol   60.10


18    No VOC

19    Butyl Cellosolve    118.17
  4.0   100.00
  4.0
  3.2   100.00
  3.2
,0666     100.00     43304
                                                      .0271    100.00    43308
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Formula
    Compound
Mol.  Wt.  '/.Wt.VOC
                                              3ARQAD
                                                CODE
  20
Butvl Cellosolve
118.17
                                         3.
                    100.00
                                                  0271
                                                                  100.00
                                                                    43306
  21    Per-fume

  22    No VOC
                     50.00
            trace
                      •19.  FORMULATION DATA FOR LUBRICANTS AND SILICONES
Formula Compound
                                         Mol  Wt    XWt.VOC  '/.Wt.
                                                           #Mal
                                                  '/.Vol
        NO vac

        Colloidal Graphite Dispersion  in
        Aliphatic Naptha
        Oxygenated Organic Acids
        Naphtha (aliphatic)
        Tricresyl Phosphate
        Nonylphenoxy Acetic Acid
                                     50. 00
                             5.0
                                   3.00
                                                               . 1000
5.47
50.00
. 50.00
368.37
50.00

20.0
65.0
10.0
trace
100.0
20.00
65.00
10.00


. 4000
1 . 3000
.0271


21.89
71.15
1.49


                           20. FORMULATION DATA FOR METAL CLEANERS
  Formula   Compound

     1       Butvl Cellosolve
                              Mol.' Wt  '/.Wt.VOC
                                                         SAROAD
                                  %  Wt.    #Mol  '"/. Vol.     CODES
            Kerosene
            Methvl Alcohol
    3       No  VOC

    4       No  VOC

    5       Mineral  Spirits


    6       Thioqlicolic Acid
                               118.17
                                50.00
                                92.11
                                                 30.00
                                                 30.00
                                50.00    57.50
                                32.04     3.40
                                         60.90
                      30.00
                      30.00

                       6.00
                       6.00
                                 100.00   .2539   100.00    43306
                                  94.42  1.1500    91.55     43125
                                   5.58   .1061     8.45     43301
                              100.00-  .6000   100.00    43118
                                                           100.00  .0651  100.00    43909
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Formula   Compound
                                     Mol. Wt  '/.Wt.VOC
3AROAD

7

8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
IS
19
20
21

Benzotriazole 119.10
Per-fume 50| OQ

Propylene Slycol 76.11
Diprop. Give. Meth. Ether 148.20
Diprop. Glyc. Meth. Ether 148.20
Kerosene 50-00
Trichloroethylene 131.29
Pine oil 136.23
Terpineol 154.11
Pine Oil 136.23
Terpineol 154.11
Kerosene 50-OO
VM&P Naptha 116.00
No VOC
No VOC
Perfume 50.00
No VOC
No VOC.
Isopropyl Alcohol 60.10
Methyl p-Hydroxybenzoate 152. 14
Methyl p-Hydroxybenzoate 152.14

. 90
trace
. 90
25.00
25.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
20.00
2.00
22.00
.18
1.82
2. 00
2.25
22.75
25.00
12. 00
24.00
36. 00


trace

•
7.80
.10
7.90
.10
.10
/. wt. WHO! 7. Vol.
100.00 .0076 100.00

100.00 .3285 100.00
100.00 .0337 100.00
100.00 .0337 100.00
90.91 .4000 96.33
9.09 .0152 3.67
9.00 .0013 10.06
91.00 .0118 89.94
9.00 .0165 10.06
91.00 .1476 89.94
33.33 .2400 53.70
66.67 .2069 46.30





98.73 .1298 99.50
1.27 .0007 .50
100.00 .0007 100.00
CODES
45707

43369
43353
43353
43125
43814
43355
43355
43125





43304
43478
43478
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r-    i    m       ,                                                                t^iD
Formula ^ Compound                  Mol. Wt   XWt.VOC       %  wt.    #Mol   %  Vol.     CODES



  22      Methyl P-Hydroxyoenzoate    152.14       .10      lOO.oo   .OOO^   i
                                                  .10


  23      Methyl p-Hydroxybenzoate   152.14       .10      100.00   .0007   100.00    4347P

                                                  • 10


  24      Ethyl Alcohol               46.07     5.00      100.00   .1085   100.00    43302

                                                5 .• 00
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                            /p/      TECHNICAL REPORT DATA
                            (Please read Instructions on the reverse before completing)
  EPA-450/2-89-008
                                                            3. RECIPIENT'S ACCESSION NO.
4. TITLE AND SUBTITLE
   Compilation  amd Speciation of National  Emission
   Factors for  Consumer/Commercial Solvent Use
              5. REPORT DATE
               April  1989
                                                            6. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION CODE
    M. Rogozen and  R.  Baca
                                                            s. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPORT NO.
    'Science Applications International Corp.
    10260 Campus  Point Drive
    San Diego, CA  92121
              10. PROGRAM ELEMENT NO.

                A13A2A
              11. CONTRACf/GAANf NO.

                68-02-4397,  WA 12
   SPONSORING AGENCY NAME AND ADDRESS
    Nocriteria Pollutant Programs Branch
    Air Qualtiy Management Division
    Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards
    Research Triangle  Park, NC   27711	
              13. TYPE OF REPORT AND PERIOD COVERED
                FINAL
              14. SPONSORING AGENCY CODE
              IY NOTES
    EPA workassignment   manager, William H. Lamason,  II
    This report presents  emissions and speciation  information for many commonly used
    household, small  business, institutional and governmental products generally
    classified as consumer/commercial solvents.  Emission factors and species  profiles
    are included for  many consumer/commercial products  such as window washing  fluids and
    personal care products.   Emission factors are  presented for national averages  per
    capita and geographical  allocation factors are provided to adjust emissions
    estimates for regional  variations.  Factors  and  speciation information has  been
    primarily developed for estimating emissions of specific air toxics species  of
    interest in urban air toxics assessment studies.  Factors may also be used  for
    estimating total  emissions of volatile organic compounds, although no attempt  has
    been made to reconcile  the estimates in this report with earlier estimates  of
    volatile organic  compounds from consumer/commercial solvent use.
7.
                                KEY WORDS AND DOCUMENT ANALYSIS
                  DESCRIPTORS
b.tOENTIFIERS/OPEN ENDED TERMS |c. COSATI Field/Group
 Air  Toxics
 Assessment Methods, Air Toxics
 Air  Toxics, Emissions Estimates
 Air  Toxics, Emissions Inventories
 Volatile Organic Compounds
 8. DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT
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  Unclassified
                                                                         21. NO. OF PAGES
                                                                              213
                                              20. SECURITY CLASS (Tills page I
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