California’s Board of Forestry & Fire Protection fleshed out a definition of what products would qualify under the state’s “Lumber Products Assessment,” which was approved last week. The state’s Board of Equalization will now determine how to implement the new requirements, including reimbursing dealers for costs incurred while collection the new tax. View the wood products covered by the new legislation below, or read the text in full .
“Lumber Product means a product in which wood or wood fiber is a principal component part, including, but not limited to, a solid wood product, or an engineered wood product that is identified in these regulations. “Lumber Product” does not include furniture, paper products, indoor flooring products such as hardwood or laminated flooring, bark or cork products, firewood, or other products not typically regarded as lumber products.”