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The Solution to Lignin Sulfonate Dust Control Products

In Dust Control, Guided Self Apply Dust Control, Road & Surface Management, Roads, Unpaved Roads by Steve Vitale

There are many approaches to dust control. From watering to chlorides to lignin sulfonate dust control products, the dust control industry has tried just about everything.  Many companies who have tried off-the-shelf chemicals have been frustrated by the various problems associated with these products. Either the product is toxic for the environment and corrosive to vehicles, like chlorides. Or it …

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A Case Study in Self Applied Dust Control

In Dust Control, Guided Self Apply Dust Control, Industrial Facilities by Steve Vitale

At Midwest, we’ve spent decades developing the most scientifically advanced self applied dust control methods in some of the harshest conditions on the planet. Over time, as our engineers and scientists have gained application experience and our technologies have evolved, we’ve developed a sophisticated method to allow smaller sites and facilities to achieve the same dust control results from Midwest’s …

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How to Achieve the Most Effective Road Dust Control

In Dust Control, Guided Self Apply Dust Control, Industrial Facilities by Bob Vitale

Effective road dust control requires treating the cause, not just mitigating the symptom When most people think of road dust control, they think of spraying something (usually water) onto the road surface to suppress dust particles. If they do think of using a product, they assume that a single application will resolve the issue and keep dust on the ground …

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How Much Does Road Dust Control Cost?

In Dust Control, Guided Self Apply Dust Control by Bob Vitale

For those looking for dust control solutions for small problem areas, such as unpaved county roads, residential applications or small industrial facilities, it’s common to think of road dust control cost in terms of dollars per gallon of product.  This way of thinking is based on the perception that dust control is as easy as throwing an off-the-shelf product on …