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What Do the New Coal Dust Rules Mean?

In Coal-Utility, Dust Control, Energy by Lynn CielecLeave a Comment

Federal rules regarding coal dust were introduced last week, but what does this mean for coal companies? Lynn CielecLynn Cielec is the Industrial Business Unit Manager at Midwest Industrial Supply. She is an experienced executive sales director with a proven track record of results and sales growth. Effectively utilizes consultative selling methodologies within a CRM system while incorporating other value …

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Haul Road Surface Problems Eliminated at a Cement Company

In Dust Control, Soil-Sement®, Surface Management by Lynn CielecLeave a Comment

Background. Dust and rough roads riddled with potholes were problematic for a limestone quarry and cement company in Canada. Lynn CielecLynn Cielec is the Industrial Business Unit Manager at Midwest Industrial Supply. She is an experienced executive sales director with a proven track record of results and sales growth. Effectively utilizes consultative selling methodologies within a CRM system while incorporating …

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Fines Preservation That Ecologically Manages Gravel Runway Dust

In Air Travel, Fines Preservation®, Gravel Runway by Steve VitaleLeave a Comment

The Alaska DOT&PF operates almost 300 remote gravel runways for commercial, charter and private air traffic. One of the DOTs’ needs in operating these runways is to minimize the gradual loss of vital fines. These fines are one of the sources of fugitive dust that impacts the health of neighboring populations (e.g., U.S. EPA PM10 and PM2.5 requirements) and aircraft …