Assuring Quality – The Flame Retardant Treated Wood Supply Chain

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21 September 2022

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TDUK
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Where a flame retardant (FR) is added in the factory during the manufacturing process for MDF, OSB or plywood then that manufacturing process should be subject to factory production control (accredited by a notified body). The product should carry the CE mark and be accompanied by a valid Declaration of Performance (DoP) when it leaves the factory

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