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Title

Tausia o lou Fale ma le Aiga ia Soifua Maloloina Lelei: Faaitiitia lou aafia i mea e lē mumū sasao i le afi

 
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21-04-026SMJuly 2021
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Author(s) Washington State Department of Ecology; Froese, Ruth; Tamboer, Lauren; van Bergen, Saskia
Description O kemikolo e le mumu sasao i le afi ua fa’aaoga ina ia ausia ai aiaiga tau saogalemu, ae ua malamalama nei saienitisi i tulaga leaga e oo iai le soifua maloloina ma le si’os’iomaga ona o nisi o nei kemikolo. O loo maua i le tele o si’osi’omaga o Uosinitone. O nisi nei o laasaga e uia e faaitiitia ai le faamta’uina mai mea e le mumu sasao i le afi i lou fale.
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Keywords SPWA, flame retardants, contaminants, toxics, toxic chemicals, flame retardant, contamination, Safer Products
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