Dust control is important in all types of sitework and earthwork to mitigate dust being generated by related activities on the site, and help keep dust from leaving the site perimeter. Often the dirt being carried by tires out onto the street also falls under the dust control requirements of a project. L&L Industries is aware and embraces the need for dust control on our sites, our years of experience and our quality standards helps us be successful in controlling dust and track out.
The heightened importance of dust control is especially true in the jurisdiction of Bexar County, Texas. Although many other counties and states have varying permit and code requirements that will need to be managed on a project by project basis.
Air pollution is the general concern in the metropolitan area, and dust generated in the site development and construction industry is just one component. Dust that is commonly regulated in our construction industry is defined by the federal Environment Protection Agency (EPA) as PM10 (particulates between 2 and 10 microns diameter). There is field testing that can take place to measure compliance with the PM10 rules. However, AQD ( County Air Quality Divisions) have also often enforced visual field or jobsite “opacity” tests to enforce compliance.
• Dust control and palliative for both traffic
• Sub-base stabilizer – mixed up to 6-inches deep and non-traffic applications
• Hydroseed and Mulch Tackifier
• Slope Erosion Control
• Stock Pile Sealant and Dust Cap
• Unpaved Road Stabilizer
• ADA Trails and Cart Paths
• Walking Path & Trail Stabilizer
• Agricultural Roads
• Helicopter & Aircraft Runway Stabilizer
• Military Operations
• Quarries and Gravel Roads
• Construction Sites
• Heavy Haul Roads
• Gravel Parking Lot Stabilizer