What Are Railroad Ties Treated With

What Are Railroad Ties Treated With

Mike discusses what you should do if you discover dangerous treated wood in your landscape.
Railroad ties, usually treated with chemicals such as creosote; Coal ash and cinder containing lead and arsenic; Spilled or leaked liquids such as oil, gasoline , .
These treated wood products are used in outdoor settings such as in railroad ties and utility poles. EPA is currently reevaluating all pesticides, including creosote .
For your next decking project consider using the 7 in. x 9 in. x 8 ft. Used Creosote –Treated Railroad Tie. This used tie works great for nonstructural earth retaining .
In 1919 RTA was formed as the National Association of Railroad Tie. . Contact end users of the crossties (treating plants and railroads) in your area prior to .

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