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2 thoughts on “A new perspective on creosote log removal

  1. It’s worth noting that Doe-Keg-Wats took some serious oiling from the Point Wells spill, but its good to see those logs out of there
    nonetheless. Of potentially additional interest is that in the past two Puget Sound Harbor Safety Committee meetings it was noted that there were large numbers of clean cut logs found over the past several months floating around the Sound. They may have just been escapees from log booms. Hope they are not related to these clean up efforts.

  2. Great article – very informative. For more information on creosote, CCA and other toxic treated wood products, please also visit our website, http://www.bancca.org, a not-for-profit site about the health hazards posed by treated wood products.

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