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What is the CARB certification?

The CARB certification, which stands for California Air Resource Board, is based on the Airborne Toxic Control Measure regulation (ATCM) whose purpose is to reduce and control the emissions of formaldehyde from wood-based materials used in the California territory. The CARB certification, although mandatory in California, has been taken as a reference standard by major multinational companies of the wood-furniture sector influencing also many European manufacturers of semi-finished or finished products.

CATAS Referrals:

Daniele Bergamasco Tel: (+39) 0432 747249 E-mail:
Sandro Ciroi Tel: (+39) 0432 747235 E-mail:

Tags: Indoor emissions, CARB EPA, Formaldehyde

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