Working on More

So folks, no real blog today. I’m working on some—for example, we have a new petition from an old group to try to get us to put “slipperiness ratings on all floors” and I’ll get into that shortly. There are a 181 pages that I’m trusting Michael to summarize for me. I’m working on material for the Prop65 label changes coming up in August, and of course I’m working on more related to TSCA. (Hint, there will be an article in the next printed version of the mag on “Talking TSCA with your Customers.”) Oh, and I’ll be in California next week for three of the new IWPA Due Care training classes—if you haven’t signed up, I understand there are a few seats left. And I hope to get into SDSs soon as well.

So there’s plenty on the fire, but nothing’s quite fully cooked yet. Sorry there’s nothing to really sink your teeth into today, but hopefully soon!

Elizabeth Baldwin is Environmental Compliance Officer for Metropolitan Hardwood Floors. In her 25 plus year career in the wood industry has visited over 70 countries and hundreds of facilities of all sizes and types. She describes herself as a “jack of all wood trades.” Familiar with jungles of all sorts–having camped out along the Amazon and walked the halls of Congress–she blogs for the NWFA on both environmental and regulatory issues for educational and informational purposes only. Her blog is not intended and should not be construed as legal advice. Persons seeking legal advice on compliance with CARB, TSCA, the U.S. Lacey Act or any other law, regulation, or compliance requirement/claim should consult with the regulatory agency directly and/or a qualified legal professional.

2 thoughts

  1. I work at a museum that has a bamboo hardwood floor in it’s main gallery. I’ve been asked by Facilities Director to research wood floor cleaning machines as an option to clean this floor instead of a microfiber mop as the area is quite extensive and very time consuming. Do you have any recommendations?

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