Decorative Hardwoods Assn., Composite Panel Assn., Hardwood Federation, in comments to EPA, emphasize low embodied carbon of wood products; they also note the full building life cycle needs to be considered when assessing low-embodied carbon materials

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May 5, 2023 (press release) –

DHA, Composite Panel Association, and Hardwood Federation provided a joint response to the Environmental Protection Agency's request for information on construction materials and products with lower embodied greenhouse gas emissions. The comments emphasized that wood products have low embodied carbon—the total amount of carbon emitted during the production process—and that the full building life cycle needs to be considered when assessing low-embodied carbon materials.



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