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References
1 Clinical Toxicology of Commercial Products, fifth edition. Williams and Wilkins Press 1984.
2 CRC handbook of Chemistry and Physics, 68th edition, CRC Press. 1987-88
3 Answers to Often Asked Questions about Treated Wood, American Wood Preservers Institute. 1993
4 calculations assume a typical 0.40 lbs/cubic foot of wood. A "2x4" is measured as 2"x 6"x 6'
5 Answers to Often-Asked Questions about Treated Wood, American Wood Preservers Institute, v. 1, 1, 1993
6 Commercial Timbers of the World", by F.H. Titmuss, 1965.
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USDA Forest Service
Forest Products Laboratory Wood Technology Transfer Fact Sheet, Robinia pseudoacacia.
8 NFT Highlights, NFTA 91-03, July 1991
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"Contamination of Soil with Copper, Chromium, and Arsenic Under Decks Build From Pressure Treated Wood". By D.E. Stillwell and K.D Gorny. Department of Analytical Chemistry, The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, PO Box 1106, New Haven, Connecticut 06504. Published in: Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology. Vol. 58, No.1, pp 22-29. January 1997. Springer-Verlag, Life Science Journals, New York, NY.

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EXCERPTS Ö - from "Chromated Copper Arsenate" in the Journal of Pesticide Reform, Vol. 11, No.1. Spring 1991. By Northwest Coalition for Alternatives to Pesticides, Box 1393, Eugene, OR 97440-1393. (541) 344-5044.

E-mail: info@pesticide.org;

11 The Consumerís Guide to Poison Protection by Harold M. Silverman. New York, NY: Avon, c 1984. p. 10
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