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P2 options for Naphthalene & Antimony



We are currently creating PBT fact sheets that provide general and P2 information.  Naphthalene & Antimony are two PBTs on this fact sheet list.

Does anyone have information regarding alternatives, substitutions, etc. for these two PBTs?  I know these are used in more than one type of product and industry, but any reduction or substitution strategies will help.

Thanks in advance.



David A. Foulkes, Environmental Specialist
State of Ohio EPA
Office of Pollution Prevention
P.O. Box 1049
Columbus, OH  43216-1049
(614) 644-3118
FAX: (614) 644-2807
email:  dave.foulkes@epa.state.oh.us
World Wide Web:  www.epa.state.oh.us/opp
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<DIV><FONT size=1>We are currently creating PBT fact sheets that provide general 
and P2 information.&nbsp; Naphthalene &amp; Antimony are two PBTs on this fact 
sheet list.</FONT></DIV>
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<DIV>Does anyone have information regarding alternatives, substitutions, etc. 
for these two PBTs?&nbsp; I know these are used in more than one type of product 
and industry, but any reduction or substitution strategies will help.</DIV>
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<DIV>Thanks in advance.</DIV>
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<DIV>David A. Foulkes, Environmental Specialist<BR>State of Ohio EPA<BR>Office 
of Pollution Prevention<BR>P.O. Box 1049<BR>Columbus, OH&nbsp; 
43216-1049<BR>(614) 644-3118<BR>FAX: (614) 644-2807<BR>email:&nbsp; <A 
href="mailto:dave.foulkes@epa.state.oh.us";>dave.foulkes@epa.state.oh.us</A><BR>World 
Wide Web:&nbsp; <A 
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