AWPA has also produced several popular
documents of interest to many people. These include the
following, and are all available at the
1997 Treating Plant List - Wood
Preserving Plants in the United States, 1997, prepared by James T.
Micklewright. Approximately 445 plants operating in 1997 are
listed. Includes company names, plant locations, types of
preservatives used, and other pertinent information.
Wood Preservation Statistics: 1997 - This report was prepared by James T.
Micklewright for the AWPA. It is based on a survey of 445
treating plants that were reported to produce treated wood in 1997.
This report is a continuation of the author's previous surveys for
the American Wood Preservers' Institute from 1985-1990, the AWPA
surveys in 1990, 1991, and 1993, and the AWPI surveys from
Cumulative Table of Contents to AWPA
- Tables of Contents from Proceedings volume 1 through the
Delivered as a searchable PDF.
AWPA Standard M6-75 - Brands
used on Forest Products. This was the last edition of Standard
M6 to include facsimiles of brands used on treated wood products and
is intended to be used as a historical reference. It does not
purport to include all brands in use during 1975, and it includes
references to treating companies which are no longer in existence.
Treated Wood Handling, Use, and
Recycling Issues Workshop - Seven papers presented on May 15,
1998 conference for the suppliers, users, and regulators of treated
wood products. Sponsored by AWPA and the Utility Solid Waste
Assessment and Remediation of Soil
and Ground Water Contamination at Wood Treating Sites - Six
papers presented on May 15, 1999 by AWPA's Information and Technical
Managing the Treated Wood Resource:
Recycle and Reuse of Treated Wood - Six papers presented on May
19, 2001 at a conference jointly sponsored by AWPA, the American
Wood Preservers' Institute, The Railway Tie Association, the Utility
Solid Waste Activities Group, and the Western Wood Preservers'
Managing the Treated Wood Resource
II - Nine Papers presented on May 1, 2003 in a conference
sponsored by AWPA and the Utility Solid Waste Activities Group.