Pine Bark Ash and Lime

Are you concerned about localized dumping of pine bark ash & lime from pulp-producing wood bark cellulose processing facilities? Are you considering a soil amendment to your farm ag-lands or silviculture (forest)timber production management areas and wonder exactly “what’s in it?” Are you dismayed at being told “topsoil,” when it doesn’t look like topsoil to you? Are you considering paying $6.98 for a 50 lb. bag of landscaping materials at your local nursery or garden store and uncertain as to the meaning of “Soil Amendment” or the standards of the Mulch and Soil Council? Here’s your local source for all things pine bark ash & lime. Make an informed decision. Know what’s “in-it.”

GP BRUNSWICK CELLULOSE PINE BARK ASH DUMP ON AGLANDS.

PACE ANALYTICAL LABS

  • Note Lab Samples 92417509006, 92417509007

Particularly note the levels of

Boron 8.9 mg/kg 6.9 1 02/20/19 10:23 02/21/19 00:29 7440-42-8
Cadmium 1.6 mg/kg 0.14 1 02/20/19 10:23 02/21/19 00:29 7440-43-9
Chromium 44.8 mg/kg 0.69 1 02/20/19 10:23 02/21/19 00:29 7440-47-3
Lead 2.5 mg/kg 0.69 1 02/20/19 10:23 02/21/19 00:29 7439-92-1

Boron 16.8 mg/kg 6.4 1 02/20/19 10:23 02/21/19 00:04 7440-42-8
Cadmium 1.4 mg/kg 0.13 1 02/20/19 10:23 02/21/19 00:04 7440-43-9
Chromium 40.6 mg/kg 6.4 10 02/20/19 10:23 02/21/19 00:33 7440-47-3
Lead 3.3 mg/kg 0.64 1 02/20/19 10:23 02/21/19 00:04 7439-92-1

7471 Mercury Analytical Method: EPA 7471B Preparation Method: EPA 7471B
Mercury 0.036 mg/kg 0.010 1 02/21/19 14:51 02/22/19 15:44 7439-97-6 Q


This material belongs in a landfill.