Both PM10 and PM2.5 fugitive dust pollution create or aggravate serious health conditions, especially in vulnerable populations like kids and the elderly.
When the world-renowned Santa Barbara Botanic Garden sought out alternatives to traditional pavement for its network of miles-long walkways, only one solution could meet their ecological and aesthetic standards without disrupting daily activity: Porous Pave™ from Midwest.
Harriman State Park in Idaho performed a dedication and celebrated the completion of the John Muir ADA (American Disabilities Act) Compliant Interpretive Trail and fishing platform. The park used Midwest’s Road Oyl®, a resin-modified emulsion and a natural flexible surface binder, to eliminate dust and stabilize the gravel pathway.
With plans for development recently announced in Theodore Roosevelt National Park, this site has become a symbol to many of the conflicting imperatives of industry and conservation. It doesn’t have to be so — read on to find out how.
Yellowstone County has an extensive network of aging gravel roads. How can Midwest Industrial Supply, Inc. provide solutions to these issues and help maintain the county’s transportation links?