Toxics: EPA (finally) publishes formaldehyde emissions rule (Updated)

December 9, 2016
EPA's long-delayed formaldehyde emissions rule from composite wood products is scheduled for publication in the Federal Register Dec. 12 -- nearly five months after the agency announced its completion but whose promulgation was delayed because EPA did not complete complete a necessary technical procedure until November. Jim Jones, EPA's toxics chief, told Inside EPA 's Maria Hegstad last month that the delay in formal publication was due to “technical issues when you incorporate by reference … It's a technical...

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