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The Powder River Basin Coal Saga: How Can It Be Rectified?

In Anti-Icing Deicing, Coal-Utility, Energy by Lynn CielecLeave a Comment

Extreme winter weather causes trouble in transporting coal from one of the United States’ largest coal deposits. 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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Who’s Responsible for Fixing Damaged Roadways in Ohio?

In Regulations, Road & Surface Management, Soil Stabilization by David JustusLeave a Comment

We explore the methodology behind Ohio’s Road Use Maintenance Act and how the agreements within will impact roads, companies and communities. David JustusDavid is Vice President of Sales Delivery and Execution at Midwest. He is also the business manager of engineered solutions, covering the oil & gas and rail & mass transit industries.

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It’s Time to Take Control of Dust From Gravel Roads

In Dust Control, EnviroKleen®, Gravel Roads by Marc PoirierLeave a Comment

As VOCM (a Canadian AM radio station) reports, the provincial government of Newfoundland and Labrador closed down its program to use calcium chloride on gravel roads as a means of dealing with dust. The people of the province gave a heartfelt response, demanding that the government reinstate the operation, especially because of the health risks that are associated with the …