Wood Product Manufacturing and Paper Manufacturing Sectors
Paper, Pulp, and Lumber (NAICS 321 and 322)
The lumber and wood products sector (NAICS 321) covers logging, sawing, planing, milling and the manufacture of such products as: wood containers, veneer, plywood, particle board, oriented strand board, structural members, engineered wood and preserved/treated wood.
The pulp and paper sector (NAICS 322) manufactures pulp (mostly from wood), and then use the pulp to manufacture a range of products including paper, paperboard, envelopes and corrugated containers. Both are part of the manufacturing sector (NAICS 31 -33).
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Laws and Regulations
- Formaldehyde Emissions form Pressed Wood Products
- Greenhouse Gases Reporting Program
- National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP):
- Industrial, Commercial and Institutional Boilers and Process Heaters
- Magnetic Tape (surface coating)
- Misc. Metal Parts and Products (surface coating)
- Paper and Other Web (surface coating)
- Plywood and Composite Wood Products (formerly Plywood and Particle Board Manufacturing)
- Printing and Publishing (surface coating)
- Pulp & Paper (non-combust) MACT
- Wood Building Products (surface coating, formerly Flat Wood Paneling Products)
- Effluent Guidelines: Pulp and Paper Rulemaking Actions: The water portion of the Pulp and Paper Cluster Rule. The other portion of the Cluster Rule is the air toxics rule, Pulp and Paper Production MACT.
- Boiler Compliance at Area Sources
- Combustion Portal Exit: compliance assistance center.
- Printing Sector Compliance Assistance: including sector profiles and assistance centers.
- Pulp/Paper/Lumber Sector Compliance Assistance
Policies and Guidance
- Wood Preserving Resource Conservation and Recovery Act Compliance Guide (PDF)(117 pp, 289 K)
- Kraft Pulp Mill Compliance Assessment Guide (PDF)(357 pp, 1105 K)