Managing Coal Ash Ponds - Dust Control Solutions

In the wintertime, an ash pond can freeze dry, resulting in fugitive PM10 and PM2.5 dust and coal ash escaping from the surface. In the summer, pond water can evaporate as water drains off, also creating a dust problem. The solution? Midwest’s tried-and-true sealant products, which get the job done in all conditions.

Sealing ash pond surfaces is really the only practical way of preventing ash particulates from lifting into the air, creating dust, and entering stormwater runoff. It is also the only effective means of preventing dust-related productivity slowdowns at ash pond sites and eliminating the increased threat of respiratory illness for people living and working near dust-prone areas. Midwest’s sealants promise to most effectively get the job done.

Sealing Ash Ponds

Sealing ash pond surfaces offers the only practical approach to preventing ash fines from lifting into the air and creating dust. It is also the only way to prevent dust-related productivity slowdowns at ash pond sites and the increased threat of respiratory illness for people living and working near dust-prone areas.

Benefits

  • Eliminates PM10 and PM2.5 emissions
  • Ensures ompliance with EPA and other government agency guidelines
  • Creates a cleaner, healthier work environment
  • Facilitates better community relations

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