Long distance bicycle racing on gravel roads is steadily growing in popularity in states like Missouri, where an abundance of stone and unpaved roads create the ideal setting for the sport.
After communities neighboring a cement plant in West Virginia found thick layers of dust, dirt and soot on their cars, the Department of Environmental Protection found the facility guilty of dust violations. With the right measures, this could have all been prevented.
Many rural towns in the United States are experiencing health problems due to dust floating up from unpaved roads. With the proper precautions and use of the right products, these incidents can be avoided all together.
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Although dirt roads will always kick up a bit of dust, a recent report from the University of North Dakota has brought a veritable sandstorm of controversy to rural areas. The problem with airborne dust particles is that they aren’t just annoying — they pose a serious threat to livestock, the environment, and our health.