HPVA Laboratories® Files With EPA

HPVA Laboratories® joined several trade associations and TPCs in filing clarification requests with the EPA to determine whether CARB-certified producers can label products as EPA-compliant.

HPVA® eNews - Waiting For A Compromise With China Is Killing U.S. Jobs

HPVA® eNews Volume X, Issue XV: Waiting For A Compromise With China Kills U.S.

Engineered Flooring Imports Up As ITC Considers Sunset Of Duties

Imports of hardwood flooring from China also grew significantly in May. The American flooring coalition is in the middle of a sunset review of the existing U.S. antidumping order on China.

Chinese RTA Cabinets Increase Share

Chinese imports gain share of the U.S. market.

Source: HPVA®.

HPVA® eNews - OSHA Launches Recordkeeping App; Opens Comments

HPVA® eNews Volume X, Issue XIV: China Urges Compliance With U.S. Standards | OSHA To Launch Recordkeeping App | Deforestation In Brazil, Peru | U.S. Set To Renegotiate NAFTA

Illegal Logging, High Risk Timber and Due Diligence

EIA presentation at HPVA 2017 Annual Meeting in Vancouver BC on illegal logging risks globally

HPVA® eNews - EPA Resets Formaldehyde Rule, Amends Labeling

HPVA® eNews Volume X, Issue XIII: Commerce Announces Chinese Hardwood Plywood AD/CVD Schedule | EPA Resets Formaldehyde Rule, Amends Labeling | China Issues New Formaldehyde Rule | New HPVA® Headquart

New HPVA® Headquarters

HPVA® has moved from its headquarters in Reston - after 40 years - to a new state-of-the-art building and expanded laboratory testing facility on the west side of Dulles International Airport.

HPVA® eNews - Commerce Posts Details Of Preliminary Antidumping Duties

HPVA® eNews Volume X, Issue XII: Commerce Announces Preliminary Duties On Chinese Hardwood Plywood | 5 Things To Know About Kitchen Cabinets | Market Changes For Wood Flooring | Chinese Express Intere

HPVA® eNews - BREAKING NEWS: U.S. Department Of Commerce Announces Decision On Preliminary Antidumping Margins On Chinese Plywood

Today, the U.S. Department of Commerce announced its preliminary antidumping margins’ decision on imports of Chinese hardwood plywood into the U.S.

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