Applications and Environmental Effects

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Wherever there is a dust problem, DUSTLOCK'S™ ease of application and tremendous effectiveness allow it to be used safely.

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Environmental Dust Control of the Midwest is able to handle all the application needs that you might have, from large commercial jobs to small residential or agricultural ones.

SOME COMMON USES FOR DUSTLOCK ARE:

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Unpaved roads,
alleys, driveways
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Quarries and mining sites
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Construction & Development
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Truck terminals
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Asphalt roads
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Airports
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Parking lots
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Race tracks
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Lumber yards
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Barns
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Public gathering sites
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Public water accesses
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Machine sheds
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Utility sheds
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Feed piles and much more

DUSTLOCK™ on commercial sites will keep dust down and control mud and erosion. Road beds that have been historically treated by dust lock may be scarified with ‘stingers’ once again in the preparation process to afford application in the following years. In some heavy haul road applications we may have to apply an extra rate amount. An extra spread of chips, pea rock or sand expands the life of dust lock.

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DUSTLOCK™, unlike other dust suppressants, is formulated to be non-corrosive so it won't harm valuable equipment. DUSTLOCK™ is easily cleaned up with warm soap and water and in extreme cases, over-the-counter mineral spirits will do the job.

Because of the special formulation of DUSTLOCK™ some residual benefits are realized. This means no blading, less resource loss (gravel) less road washout and erosion, less wash boarding and less pot holes. Environmentally speaking, the impact is reduced by the care Environmental Dust Control of the Midwest has taken in the formulation of DUSTLOCK™.