State Seeks Input on Law Banning Obsolete Lubes


The California Department of Food and Agriculture will hold a workshop May 12 to provide stakeholders an opportunity to comment on Assembly Bill 808, a law that went into effect Jan. 1 and prohibits the sale of engine oils and lubricants considered obsolete by American Petroleum Institute standards. For more information, including how to join the meeting remotely, view the workshop announcement here. Individuals and companies may also submit written comments prior to the meeting.

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