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Nenette is full of surprises. (Kitty updates!)

I would’ve posted this earlier today if I wasn’t spellbound by the creosote scent in the air. The creosote plant’s ability to intoxicate is s… 446 more words

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Alberta government announces $1.3 million creosote monitoring project for Calgary

The province announced a five-year project Tuesday to continue monitoring creosote levels in the West Hillhurst community.

The Alberta government said the goal of the $1.3-million study is to assess the extent of contamination in the neighbourhood and examine levels throughout the year to determine any changes between seasons. 272 more words

Local News

Treated wooden poles made in Africa

Our production facilities have been harvesting, processing and pressure treating wooden poles for both the domestic and international markets since 1952. Operating out of our two treatment plants in Kwa-Zulu Natal, South Africa, we manufacture CCA, Creosote and Copper Azole treated poles for power transmission, telecommunications, building, thatching and fencing and vineyard requirements. 722 more words

A Lac of Interest

Because creosote is so common and grows literally everywhere here on the desert, I often tend to overlook it. My mistake.

The other day it surprised me. 169 more words

Nature Photography

What Makes It Work?

Note the whitish layer in the soil (called caliche), overlain with gravels (called desert pavement), and the widely-spaced olive-green creosote bushes on top. As the wind blows the clouds about, which of course don’t rain. 220 more words

Ecoregion

Global Creosote Market Research Report Forecast to 2022

MarketResearchNest.com adds “Global Creosote Market Research Report 2017”new report to its research database. The report spread across 126 pages with table and figures in it. 384 more words

Chemicals And Materials