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Federal Program Change Summary Report
Microwave Popcorn Processing Plants National Emphasis Program


Federal Directive Number: CPL-03(11-01)

Date of Directive: January 18, 2011

This notice is a Federal program change which describes policies and procedures for implementing a National Emphasis Program to identify and reduce or eliminate exposures to butter-flavoring chemicals used in microwave popcorn manufacturing facilities.

Adoption Required

Intention Required

State Intent to Adopt Adopt Identical Adoption Date Link or Contact
AK NO N/A N/A No microwave popcorn plants in the State.
AZ YES YES 05/15/2011 N/A
CA NO N/A N/A No microwave popcorn plants in the State.
CT+ NO N/A N/A Public Sector Only
HI YES YES 04/21/2011 N/A
IA YES YES 04/15/2011 N/A
IL+ NO N/A N/A Public Sector Only
IN YES YES Pending N/A
KY YES YES 05/01/2011 N/A
MD YES YES 11/16/2011 N/A
MI YES YES 07/18/2011 N/A
MN YES YES Pending N/A
NC NO N/A N/A No microwave popcorn plants in the State.
NJ+ NO N/A N/A Public Sector Only
NM NO N/A N/A No microwave popcorn plants in the State.
NV NO N/A N/A No microwave popcorn plants in the State.
NY+ NO N/A N/A Public Sector Only
OR YES NO 04/18/2011 Program Directive (PDF*)
PR YES YES 05/24/2011 N/A
SC NO N/A N/A No microwave popcorn plants in the State.
TN YES YES 03/18/2011 N/A
UT YES YES 04/01/2011 N/A
VA NO N/A N/A No microwave popcorn plants in the State.
VI+ NO N/A N/A Public Sector Only
VT NO N/A N/A No microwave popcorn plants in the State.
WA NO N/A N/A No microwave popcorn plants in the State.
WY NO N/A N/A No microwave popcorn plants in the State.
Total 12 11

+ Plan covers State and local government employees only.

[Last updated: March 13, 2012]


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