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Re: dust suppressant for gravel parking lot



Patti,

I have seen several bio-based compounds that might work better than salt and not be as persistent.

Roadkill-Dustkill
Central Soya Company, Inc.
150 CherryHill Road
Ronks, PA 17572
1.888.DUSTKIL
Soybean based dust suppressant

Pine Sap Emulsion
Cousins Dust Control Division
1801 Matzinger Rd.
Toledo, OH 43612
1.800.433.6754
Organic emulsion used for fugitive dust control

List available here:
http://www.nmenv.state.nm.us/aqb/dust_control.html#Other%20Emulsions
 
 
Ron Smith
Ohio EPA, Office of Compliance Assistance & Pollution Prevention
ron.smith@epa.state.oh.us




>>> <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