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wood preservative

substances used as dressing for lumber to protect it against mold, insects, pests, fire, etc. Animals housed in pens made of wood which has been treated with wood preservatives may be poisoned by these compounds if they chew the wood. Chlorinated phenols, chlorinated naphthalenes, copper-chrome-arsenate mixture, coal tar creosote and other coal tar preparations are some of the compounds used which are potentially toxic.
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WRI estimates that 118 million cu m of lumber was traded last year, or 10 per cent more than in 2015.
USA Woods supports the Sustainable Forestry Policy of the National Hardwood Lumber Association, and is a member of the NHLA and the American Hardwood Export Council.
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We also appreciate the benefit it will bring to our home builders, who are seeking a steady supply of affordably priced lumber.
The lumber mill that heat-treats the lumber will stamp it with HT.
The seven-year lumber deal calls for the lifting of punitive duties and a return of 80 per cent of the more than $5 billion in duties Canadian companies have paid the United States since 2002.
After Reed's death in 1981, Neiman sold his wholesale lumber operation.