June 1, 2020 -- KCMA, along with several other trade associations, filed joint comments on the EPA Draft Scope of the Risk Evaluation of Formaldehyde on Monday, June 1. The Federal Wood Industry Coalition (FWIC) is made of industry trade associations that represent manufacturers in the wood products space. In our comments we request that EPA need not further regulate formaldehyde in composite wood products, in panel form and/or their down stream uses (fabricated products and finished goods). We argue that Congress and EPA have thoroughly addressed formaldehyde in these products dating back to 2008. By excluding composite wood products and their downstream uses from this risk evaluation will save EPA valuable time and resources better used elsewhere.