Background. 150-Ton Slab Haulers working 24 hours a day, 7 days a week had major ongoing problems with dust, rough potholed roads, and high equipment maintenance and labor costs. Haul roads were being graded every day and water was applied continuously.
Background. Visitors paying high rates to stay at a resort community are not willing to tolerate dust on their vehicles or themselves. A resort in the state of Washington had been relying on a lignin product to control dust on its roadways and parking areas in an environmentally safe way.
Background. Industrial companies, such as steel mills, produce large amounts of daily waste from their manufacturing processes that is taken to landfills for disposal.
Background. Water storage ponds at nuclear power generating stations are treated to maintain the stability of the stations’ chillers.
Background. The City of Phoenix Aviation Department was required to meet Federal EPA criteria for fugitive dust control on all disturbed and open areas around the Goodyear and Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airports.