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[GreenYes] chlorine
Yes.  The IJC has repeatedly called for the phase-out of chlorine as a
chemical feedstock.  I'm sure you can find out more on their website:
www.ijc.org  (see Publications, Biennial Report)
Don Hughes

At 03:15 PM 03/15/2002 -0800, Helen Spiegelman wrote:
>Interesting. I thought the phase-out applied only to packaging 
>applications. This broader phase-out sounds like the direction that the 
>Canadian/American International Joint Commission (?) was headed a few years 
>ago when they talked about phasing out 'chlorine'. Anyone know any details 
>about that?
>
>H.
>
>At 09:40 AM 03/15/2002 -0500, Michele Raymond wrote:
>>Swedish retailers are having a difficult time replacing vinyl for basic 
>>things like pool stuff and flooring, etc.
>
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