A Canadian standard that regulates formaldehyde emissions from wood composite panels that went into effect in January 2023, is undergoing an amendment process to address oversights in the standard.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is planning a virtual workshop for panel manufacturers hoping to obtain an exemption from formaldehyde emissions standards.
The Catas laboratory has upgraded its programming by presenting a new program of webinars open to all the companies operating in the wood and furniture sector.
LEESBURG, Va. - The Composite Panel Association has submitted comments to Canada’s proposed “Regulations to limit the emissions of formaldehyde from composite wood panels and finished goods and component parts made from them” which focus on sections not aligned with TSCA Title VI of the U.S. regulation. Canada's proposed Formaldehyde Emissions from Composite Wood Products Regulations was posted for public comment in the Friday, June 28, 2019 edition of the Canada Gazette.
A New Jersey importer of cabinetry is the first company fined for violating the national Formaldehyde Rule. Global Sourcing Solutions, a Division of Turner Logistics LLC, has agreed to pay a settlement of $544,064 for violations associated with the importation of non-compliant composite wood products.
As of March 22, the EPA is implementing its proposed technical amendments to the TSCA Title VI Formaldehyde Emissions Standards for Composite Wood Products rule.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has proposed technical amendments to its formaldehyde emissions standards for composite wood products.
The saga of hardwood flooring giant Lumber Liquidators finally has concluded this week.