Attorney to Demystify EPA 6H Rule at BodyShop Business Conference - BodyShop Business

Attorney to Demystify EPA 6H Rule at BodyShop Business Conference

Jan. 10, 2011 is right around the corner: Will your shop be in compliance with the EPA’s 6H Rule, which sets forth emissions regulations for hazardous air pollutants (HAPs)? Attorney Andrew Rodenhouse will answer shop owners’ questions about the 6H Rule, which all shops are required to be in compliance with by Jan. 10, 2011, at the upcoming BodyShop Business Conference to be held Sept. 17-18 at the Indianapolis Hilton Hotel and Suites in downtown Indianapolis.

Rodenhouse, formerly the executive vice president of Rodenhouse Body Shop and owner of J&K Towing, has the ideal blend of collision repair experience and legal know-how to help shop owners understand and comply with EPA regulations. In the January issue of BodyShop Business, Rodenhouse explained how the 6H Rule applies to Featheredge, Prime and Block procedures.

Other topics to be covered at the BodyShop Business Conference include:

• Getting on a DRP
• Hybrid repair
• Waterborne/low-VOC basecoats
• Understanding your financials
• Succession planning
• Exotic metals
• Marketing to women
• Social networking
• Search engine optimization (SEO)

The conference also will feature a keynote speaker, trade show floor with the latest products, great food, networking opportunities and more.

To find out more or to register, visit

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