Guidelines for Compliant Spray Booth Operation

OTA prepared this document and offers assistance to help you comply with spray booth and coating regulations, reduce VOC emissions, and save money.

Regulations for Spray Booth and Coating Operations

In 2008, the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) introduced regulations that affect many spray booth and coating operations emitting relatively small amounts of solvents and pollutants known as Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC).

By complying with the state and federal guidelines, you can prevent pollution and protect your shop from financial penalties and legal liabilities, as well as ensure worker safety.

Get started by downloading the guidance document below. OTA is available to answer your questions.

Additional Resources for Regulations for Spray Booth and Coating Operations

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