CARB Shifts Approval of NAF/ULEF Exemptions to CPA and other TPCs

Starting July 14, the California Air Resources Board (CARB) will no longer process applications from composite panel manufacturers seeking no-added formaldehyde (NAF) or ultra-low-emitting formaldehyde (ULEF) exemptions under the Airborne Toxic Control Measure (ATCM) 93120. CARB will shift this responsibility to approved third-party certifiers (TPCs).

Internationally recognized as TPC-1 with over 125 CARB exemptions already issued, the CPA Grademark Certification team are experts in the requirements to approve NAF/ULEF applications. CPA is poised to seamlessly implement CARB’s TPC policies and procedures to process exemptions, amendments and renewals for current and future clients. See CARB. More Info: Brian Sause

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