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Ban on "Styrofoam" Questioned To the Editor In reference to your article, "Vermont Governor Nixes Styrofoam," [12/87, p.7] does this mean Styrofoam or beadboard can no longer be used in the construction of new buildings, such as is used on exterior-insulation wall systems? Ray Nurse Auburn, Mass. To the Editor: The latest issue of New England Builder contains an item in its Miscellany section that causes me great concern. I am referring to the article that references [Vt. Governor Kunin's] press release on Styrofoam, As Styrofoam is no longer a specific product made by Dow Chemical but rather a generic one describing virtually everything made of white foam, [the Governor] has tainted an entire industry, not just the one [she] apparently wanted to ban. As