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NASF Hosts Chinese Finishing Association for EPA Meetings

The U.S.-China coatings exchange on standards and environmental sustainability spanned meetings from Washington to Los Angeles
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The NASF in June hosted leaders of the Chinese finishing industry for discussions with U.S. regulators on environmental regulatory challenges and the future of standard-setting for the two countries.
 
U.S. finishers invited the Chinese delegation earlier this year as part of the NASF SUR/FIN international panel discussion in Las Vegas, and the launch of the NASF’s Global Surface Technology Roundtable.
 
The U.S.-China coatings exchange on standards and environmental sustainability spanned meetings from Washington to Los Angeles, where NASF’s California chapter hosted the Chinese delegation for a tour of the Los Angeles County Sanitation District.
 
Keep reading the NASF Report in Products Finishing magazine for more coverage in the future.

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