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Formaldehyde in Composite Wood Products: Meeting the New U.S. EPA regulations

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This UL white paper provides an overview of the EPA’s new regulations for formaldehyde emissions from composite wood products, including detailed requirements to be addressed by individual supply chain participants. Beginning with a brief summary of the uses and potential dangers associated with formaldehyde in composite wood products, the paper then reviews prior efforts to regulate formaldehyde emissions before discussing the specifics of the EPA’s new regulations. The white paper also details the anticipated mechanisms for enforcing the EPA’s regulations, and concludes by providing some strategies for achieving compliance.

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