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Draft Antifouling Paints in Washington State: Third Report to the Legislature

Publication number Date Published
23-04-057November 2023
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Author(s) Washington State Department of Ecology
Description This report summarizes the results of Ecology’s review as directed by the Legislature under RCW 70A.445.020(1). It consists of a scientific review of biocidal and non-biocidal paints and ingredients, and it focuses on new scientific information that recently became available. In this report we prioritize identifying alternatives that are safer and effective.
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Keywords boating, report to the legislature, marine waters, legislative report, zinc, paint, marina, marine, copper, boatyard, antifouling paint
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