The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is considering a combustible dust standard to curb dust-related explosions.
From construction to dentistry, American industries of all shapes and sizes rely on a variety of minerals sourced on our home turf.
The Manager of Environmental Engineering at Keystone sat down with Midwest to discuss dust control, operational costs, and the benefits of strategic maintenance.
Hidden costs are often just as advertised: invisible or extremely difficult to detect. But with a proactive plan in place, operators can weed out inefficiencies that often fly under the radar.
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.