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The Joseph Company

The Joseph Company proposes to introduce the Chill Can, a self-cooling beverage container technology that reduces the temperature of a beverage by approximately 30 degrees Fahrenheit in 60-90 seconds. The facility asks for permission to use HFC R134a during a five to seven year phased introduction of this new technology. The company's goal is to obtain GHG emission reductions in a volume sufficient to offset chill can emissions plus 10 percent. In return for the implementation of their program, the Joseph Company seeks relief from Title VI of the Clean Air Act. Direct release of R134a is prohibited or may be regulated under Title VI of the Clean Air Act; specifically, Section 608 and 40 CFR Part 82 Subpart F, as well as Section 612 and 40 CFR Part 82 Subpart G.

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