On February 14, 2008, CDC released preliminary results from testing that found higher-than-typical indoor levels of formaldehyde in the travel trailers and mobile homes. Below is a listing of all of the trailer assessment reports available from the CDC.
Evaluation of Mitigation Strategies for Reducing Formaldehyde Concentrations in Unoccupied Federal Emergency Management Agency-owned Travel Trailers
Short-term Monitoring Of Formaldehyde: Comparison Of Two Direct-reading Instruments To A Laboratory-based Method
Formaldehyde Levels in FEMA-Supplied Travel Trailers, Park Models, and Mobile Homes
Final Report - July 2, 2008, Amended December 15, 2010
The final report, "Formaldehyde Levels in FEMA-Supplied Travel Trailers, Park Models, and Mobile Homes," has been updated to include additional citations that support content in the background section of the report. The updates are noted in the report with footnotes. These amendments do not change the findings or conclusions of the final report.
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) Report
TKC Expert Panel for the Public Health Assessment of Air Quality in FEMA Temporary Housing