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Alternatives for Pentachlorphenol Wood Preservative
- Subject: Alternatives for Pentachlorphenol Wood Preservative
- From: "Moulton, Peter T" <Peter.T.Moulton@state.me.us>
- Date: 03 Jul 1997 09:01:26 -0400
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Anybody out there know of substitutes for pentachlorophenol when it
comes to utility poles?
I am particularly interested in the names of utilities that have
switched from pentachlorophenol to creosote (and vice-versa) or have
switched from pentachlorophenol to chromated copper arsenate (the stuff
that gives the green tinge to pressure treated lumber used for decks,
etc.) (and vice-versa).
Also I would like to talk to any companies you know of that were
THINKING of switching, but decided not to.
Information on any other alternatives, like fiberglass impregnation
of rotten wood on docks (which I have heard of, but know very little
about), would be appreciated also.
Peter T. Moulton
Division of Technical Services, Bureau of Remediation
State of Maine Department of Environmental Protection
State House Station #17
Augusta, ME 04333
tel. 207-287-8161 Fax. 207-287-7826
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