Xylem meets California air standards

ATLANTA — All Xylem products have met the California Air Resources Board’s regulations, initiated Jan. 1, 2009, implementing new limits for formaldehyde emitted from raw composite wood panels and products sold or used in California.

ATLANTA — All Xylem products have met the California Air Resources Board’s regulations, initiated Jan. 1, 2009, implementing new limits for formaldehyde emitted from raw composite wood panels and products sold or used in California.

The company is now positioned to sell its entire product line in all 50 states, including those states expected to adopt the California regulation in the near future.

The goals of CARB include attaining and maintaining healthy air quality, protecting the public from exposure to toxic air contaminants and providing innovative approaches for complying with air pollution rules and regulations.

“We believe in the CARB measures, and we’re committed to doing our part to help,” said Hal Weinstein, founder of Xylem. “It’s the right thing to do. And consumers feel good about their purchase, knowing they’re contributing to healthier air quality for themselves, their family and the environment.”

Xylem designs and manufactures a diverse selection of products including vanities, faucets, mirrors and sinks for the bath in traditional, transitional and modern styles.