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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 […]

05.02.2022

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 […]


04.28.2022

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 […]


04.28.2022

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 […]


04.28.2022

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 […]


04.28.2022

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 […]


04.28.2022

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 […]


04.28.2022

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 […]


04.28.2022

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 […]


04.28.2022

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 […]


04.28.2022