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EPA Issues New Guidance Document on Proper Ventilation Techniques During Spray Foam Applications

Last year, in May 2010, NIOSH convened a meeting with key people from the spray foam industry, federal participants, and other vested groups to discuss the challenges of deploying ventilation technologies in the SPF application environment. Discussions included the variability of SPF operations, applications and worksites, typical practices, re-occupancy, overspray and barriers, and the use of natural and mechanical ventilation.

 

As a result, the EPA presented a draft of their new “guidance document” that describes ventilation principles and design considerations during SPF applications. Carol Hetfield presented the draft earlier this year at the American Chemistry Council – Center for Polyurethanes Industry’s Conference in Nashville,TN.

Link to Article: EPA Issues New Guidance on Proper Ventilation Techniques During Spray Foam Applications

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