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Noun1.L-P - a long-playing phonograph recordL-P - a long-playing phonograph record; designed to be played at 33.3 rpm
phonograph record, phonograph recording, disc, platter, record, disk - sound recording consisting of a disk with a continuous groove; used to reproduce music by rotating while a phonograph needle tracks in the groove
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The industrial panel business includes L-P's particleboard, MDF and hardboard operations.
And it was government, failing to oversee its own creation, that in effect propelled L-P into becoming one of the great corporate scandals of modern times--breaking laws that were meant to protect the environment and engaging in practices that led to criminal fraud charges, not to mention the manufacture of shoddy products.
L-P came after being courted by a highly-organized citizen's committee - The Swan River Development Committee.
L-P says the problem sometimes lies with incorrect installation, incomplete painting, or pour maintenance.
Over 200 protesters gathered at the Manitoba Legislature in mid-October to denounce the granting of an environmental licence to Louisiana-Pacific (L-P) to construct the largest Oriented Strand Board (OSB) plant in the universe.
But in 1986, Louisiana-Pacific (L-P) opened a mill by the river that glues wood chips into waferboard, using such potent chemicals as formaldehyde, phenol and MDI, a compound known to induce asthma and allergies in workers.
In other L-P news: The company will relocate its corporate headquarters to Nashville, Tennessee.
L-P HAS ANNOUNCED that an accredited, third-party auditing firm has independently certified that L-P's forest management and timber procurement practices in Texas and Louisiana fully meet the standards of the Sustainable Forest Initiative.
In May 1993, after an Environmental Protection Agency investigation determined that L-P had operated without air permits or misrepresented its emissions at fourteen plants, the company signed a consent order agreeing to pay $11.1 million - the largest civil penalty ever assessed under an environmental law - and to install new emission-control equipment at eleven of its wood panel plants.
Louisiana-Pacific (L-P) is identified as one of America's Least Wanted Corporations by the Centre for Economic Priorities, a New York based research group.
(L-P), Portland, Oregon, USA, said it will take downtime at eight of its North American oriented strand board (OSB) mills for capital projects and extraordinary maintenance.
LOUISIANA-PACIFIC and The Nature Conservancy of Texas will develop a cooperative management plan to conserve more than 1,300 acres of L-P's land in the Piney Woods of eastern Texas.