Earthbind®, the Environmentally-Friendly Alternative to Chlorides for Dust Control

Magnesium Chloride Can Control Dust More Effectively Than a Water Truck

Dust Control Measures Can Reduce Annual Costs

Blue Line Transportation Company Offers a Variety of Dust Control Products

Earthbind®, the Environmentally-Friendly Alternative to Chlorides for Dust Control

Magnesium and calcium chloride are commonly used as a dust suppressant agent on unpaved roads in the western parts of the United States during the spring and summer. Likewise, chlorides are used extensively for deicing/anti-icing on paved roads during the winter. Chlorides are often used as a dust control agent since they are hygroscopic and deliquescent -- the ability to... read more »

Magnesium Chloride Can Control Dust More Effectively Than a Water Truck

Unpaved roads are commonly seen in rural areas, remote locations, construction sites, and mining operations throughout the Pacific Northwest. These roadbeds often consist of various gravels, local rocks, sand, and small soil particles. When vehicles and equipment are moved across these unpaved roadbeds in dry conditions it can create a significant amount of dust. This can obscure vision, cause respiratory... read more »

Dust Control Measures Can Reduce Annual Costs

In the summer, fugitive dust particles on unpaved roads can prove hazardous in several different ways. This drives many rural municipalities, townships, and road construction companies to look for cost-effective dust control measures. Here in the Pacific Northwest, Blue Line Transportation Company is proud to offer several different options to control dust on unpaved roads. Some entities prefer calcium chloride... read more »

Blue Line Transportation Company Offers a Variety of Dust Control Products

For over four decades, has provided and shipped asphalt products all across the Pacific Northwest. This includes a wide variety of dust control products for treating unpaved roadbeds. The dust generated by the passage of traffic on unpaved roads leads directly to road deterioration and sediment run-off, and can also pose other ecological threats to local watersheds and wildlife.... read more »