Gainesville Family Concerned About CCA Treated Wood

In November of 2003 the Consumer Product Safety Commission surprised many in consumer and environmental circles by something they didn’t do.  The agency, which is usually associated with recalling unsafe products from the marketplace, decided to deny a petition to ban wood playground equipment made with chromated copper arsenate or CCA. As Donna Green-Townsend reports, the issue has some special significance to one Gainesville family 

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