Bureau Veritas CPS
16 CFR PART 300 Rules and Regulations Under the Wool Products Labeling Act of 1939, Project No. P124201
Rather than the current requirement of having to declare even the slightest amount of wool if present, the verbiage could be changed to specify a known quantity such as 3% or 5%. That would eliminate the need for declaring the wool content when we find wool in a decorative thread in a garment or similar, where the presence of wool is insignificant. This would bring the Wool Act closer in line with the Textile Fiber Products Identification Act requirements.