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3M’s Low VOC Spray Adhesives give sustainability managers and purchasing agents the peace of mind that they are using high performing, compliant products.

3M’s low VOC adhesives are compliant with strict product concentration standards passed by CARB

St. Paul, Minn. – (April 3, 2017) – New regulations drastically limiting the volatile organic compounds (VOC) admissible in aerosols went into effect on the first of this year. Issued in 2013 by the California Air Resources Board (CARB), these strict regulations have greatly reduced the catalogue of spray adhesives permissible under the new guidelines. However, 3M’s range of Low VOC Spray Adhesives are below the current VOC requirements and currently available to the market. 3M’s Low VOC Spray Adhesives give sustainability managers and purchasing agents the peace of mind that they are using high performing, compliant products.

3M’s GREENGUARD™ Certified and CARB Compliant family of Spray Adhesives includes: 3M™ Super 77™ CA Multi-Purpose Spray Adhesive, 3M™ Hi-Strength 90 CA Spray Adhesive and 3M™ Foam Fast 74 CA Spray Adhesive. GREENGUARD Certification ensures a product has met comprehensive standards for low emissions of VOCs into indoor air. 3M’s Low VOC products benefit users with features such as long tack, high peel strength and long bonding range. 3M™ Adhesive Remover- Low VOC <20% and 3M™ Silicone Spray – Low VOC 60% complement the portfolio.

“Because sustainability is at the crux of 3M’s product innovation, our Low VOC Spray Adhesives are already in alignment with the strict aerosol regulations issued in California,” said Melissa Abney, U.S. Aerosol Adhesive marketing manager for Industrial Spray Adhesives at 3M. “3M’s Low VOC line was developed to offer users the convenience, ease of use and portability of spray adhesives, while lessening the environmental impact.”

The new aerosol CARB regulations specifically affect VOC content limits for mist spray adhesives and web spray adhesives. Previously, the VOC limit by weight in mist spray adhesives was 65 percent and is now reduced to 30 percent. The new limit for web spray adhesives is 40 percent by weight, decreased from 55 percent. 3M Low VOC Spray Adhesives also meet the Ozone Transport Commission (OTC) and Lake Michigan Air District Consortium (LADCO) VOC requirements.

To learn more about the CARB compliant adhesives from 3M, please visit 3M.com/SprayAdhesives. For additional information on the new CARB regulations, visit https://www.arb.ca.gov/consprod/regs/regs.htm.

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From:
3M Public Relations and Corporate Communications
3M Center, Building 225-1S-15
St. Paul, MN 55144-100

Contact:
Katie McCall
Karwoski & Courage Public Relations
k.mccall@creativepr.com
612-342-9863



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