Since the Building Standards Law was revised in 2003, it is estimated that more recently built homes, offices and other structures are constructed with a lower number of materials containing formaldehyde.
What does BSL stand for?
BSL stands for Building Standards Law (various locations)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The building standards law was toughened in June last year following a series of cases in which condominium quake-strength data had been falsified, slowing builders' construction applications.
Of the total, 560 have failed to satisfy requirements under Japan's Building Standards Law.
Earthquake-proof retrofitting' enhances the earthquake resistance of wooden houses to Grade 1 or higher as stipulated in the Building Standards Law of Japan.
The construction sector failures include 60 firms affected by the revision in June 2007 of the Building Standards Law to mandate stricter checks on the structural strength of buildings.
The agency also traced the dive partly to the stiffening last June of the building standards law, which has toughened the screening process when authorities examine applications by housing and condominium construction companies to build new buildings.
Japan's housing starts have fallen to record-low levels following a revision in June of the Building Standards Law mandating stricter, and consequently lengthier, checks on the structural strength of buildings.
Such issues fell sharply in 2007 due to the revision of the Building Standards Law.
Hidetsugu Aneha, 49, was found guilty on all charges of violating the building standards law for data fabrication, the registered architect law for lending his architectural license to building designer Mikio Akiba, and the Diet testimony law for giving false testimony regarding the data fabrication issue.