SPRINGFIELD, OR – Timber Products Co. announced that its hardwood plywood mill in Corinth, MI, has been certified to meet the new California Air Resources Board (CARB) requirements that took effect Jan. 1.
Corinth’s designation means that all Timber Products hardwood plywood and particleboard manufacturing facilities are now CARB-certified. The company’s two Oregon-based mills, in Grants Pass and Medford, were certified to produce panels that meet the strict formaldehyde levels last September.
The audit process was conducted by the Hardwood Plywood Veneer Assn., a U.S. agency authorized by CARB as an official third-party certification body. Read more.
“Companies across the country are monitoring the new CARB regulations and are requesting raw materials that are certified,” said Timber Products Vice President Roger Rutan. “Customers that sell products into California can be assured that our GreenT hardwood plywood is CARB-certified and comes with all the required documentation.”
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