MDF has long been considered to be a very dangerous material. It has often been referred to as " the new asbestos". America and Australia have very strict rules and regulations about the use and every aspect of the material. In fact there are organisations that want to see it banned in those countries. Specific guidelines are documented about the correct use and disposal of the stuff by H&S organisations in the UK because they consider it to be poisonous. Urea Formaldehyde the key bonding ingredient of MDF has been confirmed as a cancer causing substance. It has been considered so hazardous that some manufacturers of MDF now produce a "safe version".
I am so confused because all of my exhaustive enquiries within the medical and legal professions show that there are no registered cases of lung disease or problems that have been caused by MDF directly.
Is there anyone out there who knows of such a case.