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Re: Cadmium and Recycled Tires

  • Subject: [cg] Re: Cadmium and Recycled Tires
  • From: "Bill Maynard" bMaynard@WoodRodgers.com
  • Date: Wed, 5 Jan 2005 10:21:20 -0800
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  • Thread-topic: Re: Cadmium and Recycled Tires

Regarding tires in the garden, at the Salt Lake City ACGA conference
2001 a presentation was given on cutting the sides of tires and creating
long strips of tire lumber to create raised beds for gardens. This was
presented by someone from Nebraska or Iowa... presentation was
supplemented by info that showed that no toxics leached out from the
tires (if I remember correctly) there was also a book that was handled
out on all of this.  I have the book somewhere and will try to get a
link to their site or an email address.. in the meantime anyone form
Salt Lake City have that info handy?



Bill Maynard

Sacramento


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