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RE: dust suppressant for gravel parking lot



I've been wondering if the considerable amounts of glycerin generated
from biodiesel production might make a good dust suppressant.  Would
anyone hazard a guess? 

Judy Kennedy
Hazardous Waste and Toxics Reduction Program
Washington State Department of Ecology
P.O.Box 47775
Olympia, WA  98504-7775
Phone (360) 407-6385
Fax  (360) 407-6305
Email:  jken461@ecy.wa.gov
http://www.ecy.wa.gov


-----Original Message-----
From: owner-p2tech@great-lakes.net [mailto:owner-p2tech@great-lakes.net]
On Behalf Of Chuck Boelkins
Sent: Thursday, September 14, 2006 11:39 AM
To: Patti.Best@deq.idaho.gov; p2tech@great-lakes.net
Subject: Re: dust suppressant for gravel parking lot

Patti, et al.,  Take a look at http://www.dirtglue.com/

Chuck Boelkins
Resource Recovery Specialist
Pollution Prevention Assistance Division
Georgia DNR www.p2ad.org 
7 MLK Jr. Dr., Suite 450, Atlanta GA 30334
chuck_boelkins@gadnr.org 
404-651-5585 voice
Waste is a resource in the wrong place.
There is no waste in Nature.


>>> <Patti.Best@deq.idaho.gov> 9/14/2006 2:31 pm >>>
Hi. I have a company looking for a dust suppressant for gravel parking
lots. They are proposing 

to use the magnesium chloride product below, but are concerned about
using a salt in areas that may be landscaped in the future.  

 

http://www.envirotechservices.com/images/Brochures/MagFlake.pdf 

 

Any suggestions as to what to use?  Your help is appreciated.

 

Patti Best

Idaho DEQ

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