It fits well with the mission of Coal Tar Free America: to help move us away from the use of toxic coal tar sealers.
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#FurryFriday flashback: Ozzie's 1st time learning about #PAHs & #coaltar. Not in all asphalt; banned in some states pic.twitter.com/qpo4WnAxZk— Caitie Nigrelli (@Gr8LakesLady) August 12, 2016
. @EnvironmentCa: coal tar sealers "are likely to ...elicit adverse effects in organisms"https://t.co/dlmKXbFKoi pic.twitter.com/L2lTOwoXK8— Coal Tar Free USA (@CTFreeAmerica) August 12, 2016
#CONSUMER ALERT : Coal tar free @Lowes buys Canadian @RONAinc but RONA sells it at 500 stores! @AsthmaSociety pic.twitter.com/PfVJIHCKzT— Coal Tar Free USA (@CTFreeAmerica) August 10, 2016
Deadline 8/10:Comments on Proposed Canadian Regs of Coal Tar Sealers https://t.co/C69jjlhK68 @GCCCanada @ecocanada pic.twitter.com/ULKlxTeeZp— Coal Tar Free USA (@CTFreeAmerica) August 8, 2016