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Code of practice for the reduction of volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions from cutback and emulsified asphalt: En14-271/2017E-PDF
"The main objective of this Code of Practice (the Code) is to protect the environment and the health of Canadians while maintaining road safety by recommending best practices that encourage, when suitable, the use of low volatile organic compound (VOC) emitting asphalt. Specifically, the Code aims to reduce VOC emissions from the asphalt sector by at least 40% over a 6-year period. The Code seeks to fulfil this objective by providing guidance to the manufacturers, importers, sellers and users of asphalt. In particular, it recommends ways to help reduce VOC emissions from the use of cutback asphalt and emulsified asphalt"--Objective, p. 2.
|Department/Agency||Environment and Climate Change Canada. Products Division.|
|Title||Code of practice for the reduction of volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions from cutback and emulsified asphalt|
|Other Language Editions||[French]|
|Electronic Document|| |
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|Note||Issued also in French under title: Code de pratique pour la réduction des émissions de composés organiques volatils (COV) provenant de bitume fluidifié et d’émulsion de bitume. Cover title. "Prepared by: Products Division, Industrial Sectors, Chemicals and Waste Directorate”--p.  of cover. "February 2017"--p.  of cover.|
|Number of Pages||8, 3 p.|
|Subject Terms||Construction materials, Environmental protection, Health protection, Codes of practice|
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