EUGENE, Ore—HPVA Laboratories® has awarded the States Industries manufacturing facility in Eugene, OR, with its EPA TSCA Title VI Certification for Formaldehyde Emissions. States’ hardwood plywood products are certified to meet all requirements established in the EPA’s TSCA Title VI 40 CFR Part 770 Formaldehyde Emission Standards for Composite Wood Products regulation and may now carry the “CARB TPC-8” certification label. States also maintains compliance to the CARB 93120 ATCM as a manufacturer of CARB NAF and ULEF Exempt products.
“As a leader in developing environmentally responsible products in the hardwood plywood industry, we are very pleased to receive this important certification,” said Mike Taylor, president of States Industries. “It recognizes the company’s innovation and commitment to sustainable practices that have been utilized in all aspects of its operations since our founding.”
This certification comes well ahead of the June 1st compliance date. By April 30, 2018, States will begin labeling all products pursuant to the new regulations.
About States Industries
States Industries LLC is a privately held, hardwood panel producer, founded in 1966, located in Eugene, Oregon, in the heart of America’s wood products manufacturing region. We have established a reputation for innovation by consistently introducing products and processes targeted to improve our customers’ capabilities and the value of their products.
Each workday at States, more than three hundred individuals bring their skill, ingenuity and dedication to the task of creating and supplying high-quality, hardwood panel products to North American woodworkers. Millwrights, electricians, press operators, finish line technicians and all of States’ employees create a culture that supports and encourages the fulfillment of our customers’ requests.