Canada Seeks Public Feedback on Proposed Revisions to Formaldehyde Emissions Regulations for Composite Wood
Canada has proposed revisions to its Formaldehyde Emissions from Composite Wood Regulations and is seeking public feedback until August 31, 2023. The proposed changes aim to address deficiencies and align the regulations with the United States' Toxic Substances Control Act Title VI.
The key amendments include providing a definition for an accredited laboratory, removing the accreditation requirement for routine quality control testing, clarifying requirements for regulated economic operators, and specifying record-keeping requirements for finished goods.
Comments are accepted until August 31, 2023.MORE INFO ON: www.sgs.com