"(2) chlorofluorocarbon-containing cleaning fluids for
noncommercial electronic and photographic equipment, and
"(3) other consumer products that are determined by the
"(A) to release class I substances into the environment
(including any release occurring during manufacture, use,
storage, or disposal), and
"(B) to be nonessential. In determining whether a product
is nonessential, the Administrator shall consider the purpose
or intended use of the product, the technological availability
of substitutes for such product and for such class I substance,
safety, health, and other relevant factors.
"(c) Effective Date.-Effective 24 months after the enactment of
the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990, it shall be unlawful for any
person to sell or distribute, or offer for sale or distribution, in
interstate commerce any nonessential product to which regulations
under subsection (a) implementing subsection (b) are applicable.
"(d) Other Products.-(1) Effective January 1, 1994, it shall be
unlawful for any person to sell or distribute, or offer for sale or
distribution, in interstate commerce-
"(A) any aerosol product or other pressurized dispenser which
contains a class II substance; or
"(B) any plastic foam product which contains, or is
manufactured with, a class II substance.
"(2) The Administrator is authorized to grant exceptions from the
prohibition under subparagraph (A) of paragraph (1) where-
"(A) the use of the aerosol product or pressurized dispenser is
determined by the Administrator to be essential as a result of
flammability or worker safety concerns, and
"(B) the only available alternative to use of a class II
substance is use of a class I substance which legally could be
substituted for such class II substance.
"(3) Subparagraph (B) of paragraph (1) shall not apply to-
"(A) a foam insulation product, or
"(B) an integral skin, rigid, or semi-rigid foam utilized to
provide for motor vehicle safety in accordance with Federal Motor
Vehicle Safety Standards where no adequate substitute substance
(other than a class I or class II substance) is practicable for
effectively meeting such Standards.
"(e) Medical Devices.-Nothing in this section shall apply to any
medical device as defined in section 601(8).
"SEC. 611. LABELING.
"(a) Regulations.-The Administrator shall promulgate regulations
to implement the labeling requirements of this section within 18
months after enactment of the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990, after
notice and opportunity for public comment.
"(b) Containers Containing Class I or Class II Substances and
Products Containing Class I Substances.-Effective 30 months after the
enactment of the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990, no container in
which a class I or class II substance is stored or transported, and no
product containing a class I substance, shall
be introduced into interstate commerce unless it bears a clearly
legible and conspicuous label stating:
" `Warning: Contains [insert name of substance], a substance
which harms public health and environment by destroying ozone in