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HUD Proposes to Align Manufactured Housing Standards with TSCA Title VI

The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has issued a prepublication draft of the long-awaited proposed rulemaking to align its manufactured housing formaldehyde standards with TSCA Title VI.  Specifically, HUD is proposing to implement TSCA Title VI and remove certain requirements in the manufactured housing standards that are not addressed by EPA’s regulation.  These include, for example, removing provisions for a health notice to be posted in every manufactured home, testing of post-treatment panels after certification and testing of certain plywood materials.  Comments on the proposed rule are due 30 days from the publication date in the Federal Register, which is expected tomorrow.  CPA will review the proposed rule and provide comments.  See HUD Proposed Rule.  More Info: Jackson Morrill

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