Virginia senator criticizes Consumer Product Safety Commission for moving too slowly on Chinese Drywall investigation

October 18, 2009  |  Other, Chinese Drywall, Press Releases

Senator Mark Warner (D-Virginia) sent a letter to the new chair of the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) criticizing the agency for delays in its investigation of problems caused by tainted Chinese drywall. Some drywall imported from China is tainted with sulfur and emits gases that corrode home electrical systems and causes illness in occupants.

Tainted drywall has been found in homes in Norfolk, Virginia Beach, Newport News, Chesapeake, and Williamsburg, as well as in northeastern North Carolina. A local construction supplier imported at least 150,000 sheets of the drywall—enough to build over 300 homes.

For the full story, go to HamptonRoads.com.

News Articles

View All
  • Get Answers Now

    Get a free case evaluation to help determine your legal rights.

  • Receive emails from Baron & Budd?
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.