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CCA

chromated copper arsenate; a pesticide that is forced into wood under high pressure to protect it from termites,other wood-boring insects,and decay caused by fungus.

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Under the terms of the transaction, CCA will retain management and operational control over CCA Indonesia.
At CCA, staff have a responsibility to guide inmates toward successful reentry.
Open the components and handle the CCAs only at a static-safe work station that includes a grounded table mat, floor mat and wrist strap.
Many studies, however, have reported the negative impact of CCA on glue bonds (Vick 1995, Vick et al.
An additional cost will be applicable if the producer chooses to separate the CCA into coarse and fine fractions.
For example, in CCA 200021036, (41) the IRS expressly noted that payments for the benefit of special needs children could be made directly to the parents without affecting the application of the GWE.
Playgrounds were designated as either CCA or non-CCA, with CCA signifying those either totally or partially constructed from CCA-treated wood.
The first CCA Community meeting was held on June 24, 2004, and addressed avoiding the pitfalls of section 8084(c).
However, over the last few years the public perception that arsenic in CCA could be leaching out from wood treated with CCA is growing.
Whitman said the action greatly accelerates the transition to new alternatives, responding to marketplace demands for wood products that do not contain CCA.
A CCA prison in Colorado has been under close scrutiny for negligent behavior and gross human rights violations.
He was elected leader of the tenant committee by his neighbors after CCA showed the small community how to organize.