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1.   Young, John; Ambrose, Linda, and Lobo, Lois, "Stirring Up Innovation: Environmental Improvements in Paints and Adhesives," New York, INFORM, 1994.

2.   "Source Reduction and Recycling of Halogenated Solvents in the Adhesive Industry," Technical Support Document, Pasadena, Calif., Jacobs Engineering Group, Inc.

3.   "US Adhesives Demand to Reach 14 Billion lbs. by 2001," Adhesives Age, p. 38, September 1997.

4.   "Adhesives Manufacture, Source Reduction for Chlorinated Solvents," Source Reduction Research Partnership, June 1991.

5.   "Demand for PS Products to Reach $14 Billion," Adhesives Age, p. 38, December 1997.

6.   McMinn, Beth W, Snow, W. Scott, and Bowman, Dan T., "Solvent-Based to Waterbased Adhesive-Coated Substrate Retrofit, Volume I: Comparative Analysis," National Risk Management Research Laboratory, Research Triangle Park, EPA-600/R-95-011a, April 1996.

7.   Personal correspondence, L. J. Carlson, Environmental Science Services, Inc., Providence, RI, May 1998.

8.   Shell Chemical Company Advertisement, Adhesives Age, p. 5, December 1997.

9.   Sony Chemicals Advertisement, Adhesives Age, p. 10, December 1997. 10.   "Environmental Advantages Drive Demand for Radiation Cured Products," Adhesives Age, p. 51, October 1997.

11.   "Photo Curable Adhesives: 10 Tips for Best Performance," Adhesives Age, p. 67, November 1997.

12.   Dymax Corporation, August 07, 1997 information regarding adhesives for glass, optical and fiber optic assembly, http://www.dymax.com/products/glass/glass.asp.

13.   Hoffman, William and Miles, David E., "UV Light-Cured PSAs Provide Application Alternatives," Adhesives Age, April 1992, pp. 20-24.

14.   Dymax Corporation, Application Case History "Tweeter Manufacturer Improves Process, Reaps Added Bonus of Higher Quality & Performance."

15.   Berejka, Anthony, "Reengineering PSA Manufacture for VOC Reduction and Energy Savings," Adhesives Age, p. 28, September 1997.

16.   "Pollution Prevention Assessment for a Manufacturer of Pressure-Sensitive Adhesive Tape," National Risk Management Research Laboratory, Cincinnati, EPA, August 1995, ISBN: EPA/600/S-95/023.

17.   Sheldahl, Inc., "Methylene Chloride Replacement with Environmentally Safer Solvents in Thermoset Adhesive Systems using Hot Coating Technique," Northfield, Minnesota, Sheldahl, September 15, 1992.


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