Wood furniture, including wood furniture from the United States and Canada, will soon be eligible for the National Environmental Protection Agency’s (NEPA) Wood-Free Act.
The NEPA program, which aims to reduce the spread and severity of wood dust, has been expanded by the Trump administration to include other wood products as well.
The Wood-free act applies to all wood products produced in the United State and Canada since 2000.
In the first six months of 2018, wood products from the U.S. and Canada have been certified as meeting the new standards, which will go into effect for products produced since 2017.
The first federal wood products approved under the program will be available in 2017.
According to the NEPA website, wood furniture produced in Canada in the last five years has been certified to the new wood-free standard by a team of independent wood-industry experts.
Wood products produced by foreign companies that are manufactured in Canada but not certified to meet the new standard will also be eligible to receive the Wood- Free Act certification.
The Wood-FREE Act is designed to encourage woodworking in the country.
While wood furniture is not technically covered under the Clean Air Act, it is still a serious health hazard.
In some cases, the particles can be fatal, including those found in wood chips, and in other cases, they can cause respiratory problems and even lead to cancer.
For example, a small number of people who work in woodworking are exposed to wood dust every day and can develop wood-related respiratory and respiratory-related diseases.
Wood dust can also contribute to the spread or development of bacteria, fungi and other pathogens.
It also can lead to the formation of new wood and tree species.
Wood furniture and wood products made in Canada are also exempt from the Clean Water Act, which has been in place since 1970.
The law allows water to be used for certain industrial uses, including mining, drilling and quarrying.
However, it also limits the amount of water that can be used in a given area.