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EPA: Formaldehyde As A Source of Indoor Air Pollution
US Environmental Protection Agency fact sheet covers formaldehyde background, sources, health effects, levels in homes, steps to reduce exposure, and sources of additional resources.

For Residential Pros: Formaldehyde Issues & Green Solutions
For Residential Pros article says formaldehyde from building materials can off-gas a known carcinogen, and provides some tips for addressing homeowner concerns.
Issues & Performance

CSA-O160-16: Formaldehyde Emissions Standard For Composite Wood Products
CAN/CSA-0160, the free formaldehyde emissions standard for composite wood products, applies to composite wood products including unfinished composite wood panels, hardwood plywood (including composite and veneer core), particleboard, medium density fibreboard (MDF) and thin MDF.

Health Canada: Proposed Residential IAQ Guidelines For Formaldehyde
Health Canada outlines their proposed Residential IAQ Guidelines For Formaldehyde that includes physical & chemcal properties, indoor sources, indoor concentrations, health effects, and references.

WorkSafe BC: Discussion Paper On Exposure To Formaldehyde
WorkSafe BC is considering whether to adopt the American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists occupational exposure limits Threshold Limit Value for formaldehyde. (PDF)
Procedures

CPSC: An Update On Formaldehyde
US Consumer Product Safety Commission online booklet An Update On Formaldehyde describes what formaldehyde is, what products it may be found in, where you may come in contact with it, how exposure to formaldehyde may affect your health, and how you might reduce your exposure to it. (PDF)

NRC: E-nose Sensor Detects Formaldehyde Off-Gassing
Canadian National Research Council has designed e-nose, a sensor intended to wirelessly detect formaldehyde off-gassing levels in airtight, energy efficient, smart buildings.
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