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- From: jrose36(--nospam--at)nwlink.com (John Rose)
- Date: Fri, 5 Apr 1996 22:24:45 -0800
>Mike: The authoritative source of info on air emissions from plywood and oriented strand board (OSB) manufacturing operations is a report entitled "Oriented Strand Board and Plywood Air Emission Database" Technical Bulletin #694 (April 1995), available from the National Council for Air and Stream Improvement; contact John Pinkerton, tel.(919) 558-1992 in NC. I understand it's a rather large report. Waferboard production has given way to OSB, which is a more technically advanced wood structural panel. There are still a couple of mills in Canada that produce waferboard, but the majority of the production in the US and Canada is OSB, and plywood. John Rose >Hello, > > My name is Mike Dolnick and I am a student at Penn State University. >I am doing a research project on Waferboard and air and water emmision >let in to the environment during the manufacturing of this project. I >was wondering if you know where I can get information on this subject or >if you have any info you can send to me via e-mail. Please e-mail back. > > Thankyou Mike Dolnick med143(--nospam--at)psu.edu > > >... > > ...
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