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EPA, Environmentalists Agree To Formaldehyde Rule Compliance Deadline

March 12, 2018
Seeking to avoid supply-chain disruptions, EPA and environmentalists have agreed to a June 1 deadline for enforcing an Obama-era rule setting emissions standards for formaldehyde from wood products after a federal court last month rejected the Trump administration's one-year delay, giving industry an additional six months from the rule's initial compliance date. The March 9 stipulation and proposed order in the case, Sierra Club et al v. Pruitt , would lift a stay on a federal court's Feb. 16 order...


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