MEK California Ban

Is there a MEK California ban? The short answer is yes, MEK was banned in southern California in 2011. California is one of the stricter states in terms of laws placed on the use of VOCs. In particular, southern Califorina has completely banned MEK, as they must be compliant with SCAQMD (South Coast Air Quality Management District). However, other parts of California that are under the jurisdiction of CARB (California Air Resource Board) have not banned MEK, but placed heavy restrictions on the use of this chemical. So, if you are in California and in an industry that needs MEK, you may want to consider some MEK alternatives. If you need help finding the best chemical for your needs, that is also compliant with the laws and restrictions in your state, Ecolink can help.

How Can Ecolink Help?

  • Knowledgeable Staff – Ecolink has a dedicated staff of chemical experts and 30 years of experience to share with their clients. Finding the best chemical for your needs is tricky, but Ecolink will take time to understand your practice and help you find the right chemical to get the job done.
  • Eco-Friendly – In addition to supplying traditional chemicals that are needed for many industrial practices, Ecolink also offers a wide variety of green chemical alternatives. These chemical alternatives are environmentally preferred and can be a great help in areas that are heavily restricted by VOC laws. Ecolink also offers chemical recycling resources and implements many green ideas and environmentally conscious business practices. 
  • Bulk Sizing – Ecolink offers affordable bulk sizing of their chemical supplies to accommodate industrial facilities of all sizes. From 5 gallon buckets to 55 gallon drums, Ecolink has you covered.

Need Help Navigating The MEK California Ban?

If you need help finding a different chemical to use in place of MEK due to the MEK California ban, Ecolink can help. Whether you need a traditional chemical or solvent that is compliant with the laws in your area, or a green chemical alternative, Ecolink can help. Contact Ecolink here to learn more!