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Larry Thomas, December 4, 2013WASHINGTON — A Maryland mattress renovator has recalled about 1,000 mattresses and foundations that violate federal mattress flammability standards, the Consumer Product Safety Commission said. More
Furniture Today Staff, December 2, 2013SANTA ANA, Calif. — With new flammability standards set to take effect Jan. 1, the California Furniture Manufacturers Assn. will hold a seminar to provide critical information to furniture industry members. More
Furniture Today Staff, November 25, 2013HIGH POINT — The American Home Furnishings Alliance is launching a new web site today to correspond with tonight's airing of "Toxic Hot Seat," an HBO documentary about the use of fire-retardant chemicals in furniture. More
Cindy W. Hodnett, November 22, 2013BERKELY, Calif. — California has revised its controversial Technical Bulletin 117 and adopted a new flammability standard that should allow producers to make furniture and baby products that do not contain flame retardant chemicals beginning Jan. 1. More
Furniture Today Staff, November 21, 2013NEW YORK — The issue of toxic chemicals in upholstery foam is the subject of a HBO documentary scheduled to air on Monday, Nov. 25, the New York Times reports. More
Heath E. Combs, May 24, 2013HIGH POINT — U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission Chairman Inez Tenenbaum told furniture manufacturers this week that it is committed to developing a national upholstered furniture flammability standard that does not require the use of harmful chemicals. More
Furniture Today Staff, March 27, 2013SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The California Bureau of Home Furnishings and Thermal Insulation held a hearing on Wednesday marking the end of a six-week public comment period on the state's proposed new upholstered furniture flammability standard. More
Heath E. Combs, March 20, 2013ANAHEIM, Calif. — Tonya Blood, chief of the Bureau of Home Furnishings and Thermal Insulation, will speak here Friday to members and guests of the California Furniture Manufacturers Assn. on the state's proposed new upholstered furniture flammability standard. More
Heath E. Combs, March 6, 2013CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Furniture makers should speak up now if they have concerns with California's new upholstered flammability rule, a top California official told an industry audience here last week. More
Heath E. Combs, February 26, 2013MONTPELIER, Vt. — Vermont lawmakers are considering a bill that could ban the sale of furniture containing the flame retardant chemical chlorinated tris, or TDCPP. More
Heath E. Combs, February 25, 2013CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Furniture makers should speak up now if they have concerns with California's new upholstered flammability rule, a top California official told an industry audience here last week. More
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