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How to Cut Cost and Increase Success with Your Underground Mine Dust Control

In Underground Mine Dust Control by Steve Vitale

One of the things that sets Midwest apart from many of the manufacturers of off-the-shelf dust control products in the industry is our focus on program over product. We’re invested in the success of our clients, meaning we work relentlessly to help them achieve the best possible results for their underground mine dust control programs. Because the success of a …

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Case Study: Dust Mitigation Begins and Ends with Science

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

For those who know Midwest, it’s no mystery that we believe dust mitigation can be managed — scientifically — to achieve predictable results. Predictable results equal predictable budgeting, reliable safety and compliance, and achievable metrics. That happens because we focus on the program as much as the product. The product is a part of the whole effort to control dust …

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Environmentally Friendly Dust Control — From Stronger Roads to Safer Grapes

In Agriculture & Winery, Dust Control, Environment, Guided Self Apply Dust Control by Steve Vitale

What do roads have to do with the quality of wine you drink? A lot, if you ask one Californian vineyard who recently partnered with Midwest. When this vineyard reached out to us, their current private roads within their ranch weren’t capable of supporting farm equipment and vehicle traffic year-round. They were concerned about the type of product they used …

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Why Do Dust Control Systems Fail? 

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

“I’ve used everything, and Midwest is the only program that’s actually worked.” At Midwest, we hear this line over and over again after customers throw their hands in the air after using many other dust control systems.  We’ve been doing this for a long time now; nearly five decades, longer than just about anyone else in the industry. During that …

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A Solution to America’s Crumbling Infrastructure – Energy Industry

In Gravel Roads, Oil & Gas, Soil Stabilization, Unpaved Roads by Steve Vitale

The Economic Impact Energy production and extraction obviously have a powerful impact on local economies. For example, the Eagle Ford Shale Formation in southern Texas, after a $30 billion play development in 2013, was responsible for a $60 billion economic impact on south Texas and for 115,000 jobs, all by 2015. However, this benefit has come at a cost. As …