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Regulatory information

Roseburg is committed to and conducts its business activities lawfully and in a manner consistent with compliance obligations. Below you will find general information on some of the commonly requested subjects. For more detailed information, please contact a Roseburg representative.

Lacey Act

Enacted in 1900, the Lacey Act banned trafficking of unlawfully obtained wildlife, fish, and plants. 

Roseburg is firmly committed to complying with the Lacey Act and the legal trade of wood products. 

For a downloadable copy of our commitment statement click here.

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California Proposition 65

California’s Proposition 65, officially known as the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986, requires the Governor to publish a list of chemicals known to the state to cause cancer or reproductive toxicity. The proposition requires businesses to inform Californians about exposures to such chemicals.

For complete information on Prop 65, including warning sign language, Roseburg SDS, a full description of California's Prop 65, and Roseburg's Confirmation form, click here.

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It is our ongoing commitment to keep our clients informed of industry regulation requirements and the impact on supply chain labeling and tracking of products. We offer the following information regarding Roseburg's compliance with Title VI of the Toxic Substances Control Act (also known as the "EPA formaldehyde emission regulation") for your information. 

For more EPA information, click here.

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In 2010, Congress passed the Dodd-Frank Act, which directs the Commission to issue rules requiring certain companies to disclose their use of conflict minerals if those minerals are “necessary to the functionality or production of a product” manufactured by those companies. Under the Act, those minerals include tantalum, tin, gold, or tungsten.

Congress enacted Section 1502 of the Act because of concerns that the exploitation and trade of conflict minerals by armed groups is helping to finance conflict in the DRC region and is contributing to an emergency humanitarian crisis. Section 1502 of the Act amends the Securities and Exchange Act of 1934 to add Section 13(p).

For a copy of Roseburg's statement regarding conflict minerals click here.


HUD – U.S. Housing and Urban Development

Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standards, 24 CFR Part 3280, requires that “particleboard materials shall not emit formaldehyde in excess of 0.3 ppm”.

Please click here for Roseburg’s compliance to HUD requirements.


California Residents

California Consumer Privacy Act

Under the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (“CCPA”), California residents can make certain requests of Roseburg Forest Products Co. (“We” or “Roseburg”) regarding their personal information.

We may have collected the following types of personal information from you within the last 12 months:

  • Identifiers, such as name, email, fax, mailing address, or phone number.
  • Professional or job-related information, such as current or past employer or job title.
  • Commercial information, such as products or services purchased.
  • Internet activity, such as search history on and interaction with our websites.

We collect personal information from the following sources:

  • com
  • Roseburg Customer Access Portal (“RCAP.com”)
  • Third-party marketing agencies
  • Social media

We may have collected and shared your personal information for the following reasons:

  • To perform services, including processing and fulfilling orders or sample requests or responding to inquiries about our products or services.
  • To develop and maintain our website, products, and services.
  • To create and maintain your account on Roseburg.com or RCAP.com.
  • To comply with applicable laws, court orders, or governmental regulations.

For business purposes, we may have shared the following types of information with another organization in the last 12 months:

  • Identifiers, such as name, email, fax, mailing address, or phone number.
  • Professional or job-related information, such as current or past employer or job title.
  • Commercial information, such as products or services purchased.

We do not sell your personal information.

Under the CCPA, you can request that we share the following with you:

  • Types of personal information that we collected about you in the last year.
  • Sources from which that information came.
  • Our purpose for collecting the information.
  • Certain specific pieces of information that we collected about you (excluding Social Security number, driver’s license numbers other government-issued identification numbers, financial account numbers, health insurance or medical identification number, account passwords, and security questions and answers).
  • Types of information about you that we shared for business purposes.
  • Types of organizations (third parties) with whom we shared your information for a business purpose.

Under the CCPA, you can request that we delete any information collected about you in the last year. Please be aware that the CCPA has a number of exceptions that allow us to keep your personal information even if you ask us to delete it. 


We will not deny you goods or services or charge you different prices or rates for goods or services for acting under the CCPA.

To make any of the requests described above, we must first verify your identity or the identity of someone legally authorized to act for you. You must:

  1. Provide us with enough information to allow us to verify that you are the person reflected in the information we collected; and
  2. Describe your request with enough detail to allow us to understand and respond to your request.

To make any of the above requests, please submit a request to us by either:

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