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In the last decade, Awpi has been working with freelance artists on issues concerning health, housing and even education.
In 2017, Awpi gathered the first 150 artists to sign up as a group for a health care plan under a private insurance company.
Watersheds in the "high" or "very high" categories of the AWPI have a phosphorus loading vulnerability exceeding 105,000 AWPI points.
AWPI is the national trade association for the pressure-treated-wood industry.
* the AWPI, which represented the industry during the EPA's review of CCA and persuaded the agency not to require warnings on the wood
"We don't believe [composites] will take a lot of market share--at least we hope not," says Parker Burgge, president and CEO of the AWPI. "We expect that in the next 22 months or so, we will have the same capacity with these two new preservaties.
Mel Pine, communications manager for the AWPI, says that although CCA-treated wood can last 50 years or more, its practical life is probably less than a decade.
According to a 25 March 2001 article in The Gainesville Sun, Scott Ramminger, president of the AWPI, said that the cleanup was not necessary.
Last year, the American Wood Preservers Institute (AWPI) sponsored the Century's Best Awards, honoring out standing preserved-wood structures built in the twentieth century.
Because of the success of that program, AWPI recently announced its Projects of Distinction program to honor the design, workmanship, innovation and utility of preserved wood.
As president of the American Wood Preservers Institute (AWPI), the national trade association representing the treated-wood industry, I'm writing to respond to numerous errors of fact and several erroneous and/or unsupported assumptions in this article.
The January 20 decision comes after a long battle by the American Wood Preservers Institute (AWPI) and reaffirms the preservative's safety and environmental friendliness.