I have a letter from a major manufacturer who is indicating that they have performed an emissions test on one of a line of similar chemical products. That they have determined that the product they selected is the worst case scenario for that product line in terms of VOC content and emissions. They declare that the other products in the line are all substantially similar with respect to chemical composition, so they are "self certifying" the remaining products in the line as complying with CDPH v1.2 2017 based on the worst case product having the emissions certification. Is there any reason to think that this would be acceptable to reviewers? As opposed to every product having to have a separate emissions certification?
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