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   the upper atmosphere'.

   "(c) Products Containing Class II Substances.-(1)  After 30 months

after  the enactment  of the  Clean  Air Act  Amendments of  1990, and

before January 1,  2015, no  product containing a  class II  substance

shall be introduced into interstate commerce unless it bears the label

referred to in subsection  (b) if the Administrator  determines, after

notice  and opportunity for public comment,  that there are substitute

products or manufacturing processes (A) that do not rely on the use of

such class  II substance, (B)  that reduce the  overall risk to  human

health  and the environment, and (C) that are currently or potentially

available.

   "(2) Effective  January 1,  2015, the  requirements of  subsection

(b) shall apply to all products containing a class II substance.

   "(d)   Products  Manufactured   With   Class   I  and   Class   II

Substances.-(1) In the case of  a class II substance, after  30 months

after  the enactment  of the  Clean Air  Act Amendments  of  1990, and

before January  1,  2015,  if  the  Administrator,  after  notice  and

opportunity for public comment, makes the determination referred to in

subsection (c) with respect  to a product manufactured with  a process

that uses such class II substance, no such product shall be introduced

into  interstate  commerce  unless  it  bears  a  clearly  legible and

conspicuous label stating:

      "  `Warning: Manufactured  with [insert  name of  substance], a

   substance which harms public health and  environment by destroying

   ozone in the upper atmosphere'

   "(2)  In the  case of  a class  I  substance, effective  30 months

after  the enactment  of the  Clean Air  Act Amendments  of  1990, and

before January 1,  2015, the labeling requirements  of this subsection

shall apply to all products manufactured with a process that uses such

class I  substance unless the Administrator determines  that there are

no substitute products or manufacturing processes that (A) do not rely

on the use of  such class I substance, (B) reduce  the overall risk to

human health and the environment, and (C) are currently or potentially

available.

   "(e) Petitions.-(1)  Any person may, at  any time  after 18 months

after the enactment of the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990,  petition

the  Administrator  to apply  the requirements  of  this section  to a

product containing a class II substance or a product manufactured with

a  class I  or II  substance which  is not  otherwise subject  to such

requirements.  Within  180 days  after  receiving  such petition,  the

Administrator shall, pursuant to the  criteria set forth in subsection

(c),  either propose to apply the requirements of this section to such

product  or  publish an  explanation of  the  petition denial.  If the

Administrator proposes to apply such requirements to such product, the

Administrator shall, by rule, render a final determination pursuant to

such criteria within 1 year after receiving such petition.

   "(2) Any petition under this  paragaph shall include a  showing by

the petitioner  that there are data on the product adequate to support

the petition.

   "(3)  If the  Administrator  determines  that information  on  the

product  is not  sufficient  to make  the  required determination  the

Administrator shall  use any authority available  to the Administrator

under any  law  administered  by the  Administrator  to  acquire  such

information.

   "(4)  In the  case of a  product determined  by the Administrator,

upon petition or  on the Administrator's own motion,  to be subject to

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