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12/21/2004· Hazardous Materials

Creosote Sites

By: Richard Parent, PhD, DABT, FATS, RAC, ERT

Most creosote mixtures that are used today are byproducts of the petroleum industry or coal gasification processes. They are mixtures of several hundreds of chemicals mostly polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) but contain a host of other chemicals including complex heterocyclic compounds

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