The California Environmental Protection Agency’s (Cal/EPA) Air Resources Board (ARB) adoptedregulations November 18, 2010, that will limit emissions from 11 categories of consumer products, including bug sprays and a variety of household and professional-use cleaners. The regulations target volatile organic compounds and toxic air contaminants emitted by the products. According to ARB, the regulations will reduce emissions by nearly seven tons per day and cost manufacturers an estimated $50 million to comply over a three-year phase-in period. See Cal/EPA ARB Press Release, November 18, 2010.