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© Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association, Reston, VA AIR QUALITY PODCAST – SLIDE #1 § Requirements for Distributors of Hardwood Plywood (HWPW), Particleboard (PB), Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF), and Finished Goods Containing Those Materials (d)Statement of compliance. For each composite wood product or finished good made with these materials, the distributor must state on the bill of lading or invoice, that the composite wood products or composite wood products contained in finished goods comply with the applicable Phase 1 or Phase 2 emission standard specified in Section (a).
© Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association, Reston, VA AIR QUALITY PODCAST – SLIDE #2 § Requirements for Fabricators that use Hardwood Plywood (HWPW), Particleboard (PB), Medium Density Fiberboard(MDF), and Finished Goods Containing Those Materials. (c)Additional Requirements to Help Ensure that Complying Composite Wood Products and Finished Goods are Purchased. Fabricators must take reasonable prudent precautions to ensure that the composite wood products and composite wood products contained in finished goods that they purchase are in compliance with the applicable emission standards specified in section (a), and are labeled as complying with the applicable Phase 1 or Phase 2 standards in section (a). “Reasonable prudent precautions” include, at a minimum, instructing each supplier that the goods they supply to the fabricator must comply with the applicable emission standards, and obtaining written documentation from each supplier that this is so. In addition, fabricators must keep records showing the date of purchase and the supplier of the composite wood products and finished goods, and document the precautions taken to ensure that the composite wood products and composite wood products contained in finished goods comply with applicable emission standards. These records must be kept in electronic or hard copy form for a minimum of two years and provided to ARB or local air district personnel upon request. This section does not affect the liability of any person for any violation of section (a).
© Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association, Reston, VA AIR QUALITY PODCAST – SLIDE #3 AIR QUALITY: (Items A, B, and C applies to annual manufacture or purchase of panel and component products) A. Particleboard meets the formaldehyde emission level of CARB ATCM and ANSI A : 100%. ………… B. MDF meets the formaldehyde emission level of CARB ATCM and ANSI A : 100% 1 …………………….…….….. 10 C. Plywood meets the formaldehyde emission level of CARB ATCM and ANSI/HPVA HP : 100% or greater 1 ………………… D. 75% of finished products are finished in the U.S. or Canada and finishes emit no greater HAPS’s than allowed by the Wood Finishing MACT, 40 CFR Subpart JJ …………………………………………………………………………………………………………...…..10
© Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association, Reston, VA AIR QUALITY PODCAST – SLIDE #4 PANEL DEFINITIONS Particleboard – Raw panels or panels laminated with any covering other than wood veneer. MDF – Medium Density Fiberboard - Raw or laminated panels with any covering other than wood veneer. Hardwood Plywood – Decorative wood veneer applied to a core component consisting of (1) other lower grade veneer cores, (2) particleboard, (3) MDF. This can be further described as hardwood plywood veneer core or hardwood plywood composite core. This also includes veneer or composite core products with veneer on one side and another laminate material (e.g. paper or vinyl) on the other side. Note: If the cabinet manufacturer is purchasing component parts, they should be identified in this table based on their core material: Particleboard, MDF, or hardwood plywood.
© Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association, Reston, VA AIR QUALITY PODCAST – SLIDE #6 Air Quality – I.D. Company ABC certifies that 75% of finished products are finished in the U.S.or Canada and finishes used emit no greater HAP’s than allowed by the Wood Finishing MACT, 40 CFR Subpart JJ. Signature Company Officer *Also provide a table showing the permitted MACT and samples of the plant’s actual emissions (lbs. HAP/lbs. solids) for the previous 12 months.
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