Features July 2017 Issue

Boatyard Chemical Wisdom

There are safe alternatives to potentially harmful concoctions.

With all of the products out there claiming to be “green” or “non-toxic,” surely there must also be villains that are now best avoided. In just a century we’ve begun to make a fine mess of the world that we need to live in for the next few million years. Yet we are making progress, and finding less hazardous replacements is a part of the answer.

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