Sto Corp., a world leader in cladding, coating, and restoration systems, has announced that the majority of its coatings line of building products has been adjusted to meet the new low-VOC (Volatile Organic Compound) regulations that went into effect in southern California on July 1.
“While our coatings have always met EPA (Environmental
Protection Agency) regulations, the VOC level will now meet the most stringent
requirement in the United States, the SCAQMD (South Coast Air Quality
Management District) Rule 1113,” said Jeff Turner, R&D project manager at
“The adjustments to these coatings products
also fit with Sto Corp.’s upcoming implementation of our ISO 14001
Environmental Management System. By lowering the VOC in our products to meet
the strictest standards in the country, we continue our commitment to being an
environmentally conscientious company,” Turner said.
Sto coatings now meet California low-VOC standards
December 8, 2008