NAFEM and our members fight hunger

We just received the Spring 2022 Impact Report from Feeding America, and we’re so glad NAFEM chose the organization for […]


Accreditation activity and use of symbols halted in Russia and Belarus

Conformity assurance bodies – like CSA, Intertek, NSF and UL – have received word from their “mother” organization, the ANSI […]


SEC moves forward with ESG reporting proposal

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) voted 3-1 to propose rules that standardize public companies’ reporting on climate risk. The […]


How 5G is driving global transformation, innovation and sustainability

As a leading provider of 5G network equipment, Ericsson knows how to maximize the technology. It’s new Lewisville, Texas plant […]


NAFEM resources center valuable tool to keep abreast of issues

Information specific to members on everything from the conflict in Ukraine to government actions, and from human resources to COVID-19 […]


April at-a-glance … taxes, tariffs & trade

More than 350 of the 549 expired Section 301 product tariff exclusions on imports from China were reinstated by the […]


April at-a-glance … energy

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) issued its preliminary analysis evaluating the need for amended energy-conservation standards for automatic commercial […]


Biden budget sheds light on EPA and DOE priorities

In late March, President Biden provided his proposed FY 2023 budget to Congress. Overall proposed spending is $5.8 trillion, with […]


April 2022 at-a-glance … regulations

Following comments submitted by NAFEM and others, California’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) proposed delaying by two years the […]


April at-a-glance 2022 … supply chain

The Senate passed the Ocean Shipping Reform Act of 2022. The House also passed its version of the bill for […]