Peoria (IL), United States – A global innovator in dust and odor control technology has updated its family of self-powered dust suppression equipment with Tier IV Final-compliant generators, ensuring compliance in all 50 states. BossTek made the announcement with the debut of the new DustBoss® DB-60 FusionTM, a field-proven suppression system driven by a high-reliability 25 HP electric motor and paired with a gen set powered by a heavy-duty 4-cycle indirect injection diesel engine. Continue reading BossTek: Mobile Dust Suppression Design features Tier IV Final Gen Set
Peoria, IL, USA, November 9, 2016 – An industry leader in open area dust and odor control has introduced a technology that allows the delivery of atomized mist solutions in customizable shapes and sizes, giving manufacturers and bulk handlers virtually unlimited options in dust and odor suppression. Dust Control Technology® (DCT) is complementing its existing line of stationary dust suppression rings with the ability to produce geometric shapes, bars or other configurations, customized to the needs of the specific application. Each design is specially-engineered for the application and equipment of the individual customer for superior dust management.
Rancho Cucamonga, CA, USA – A Canadian environmental solutions firm operating a slag recycling plant in California is using industrial atomized mist technology to contain fugitive dust emissions and control runoff to satisfy strict state air quality regulations. Tervita Corporation, based in Calgary, Alberta, was tasked with controlling dust while conserving water in an area known for high winds, Rancho Cucamonga, CA. The firm accomplished that goal by integrating a tower mounted DustBoss® DB-60™ with a modified shipping container in an innovative design that stabilizes the unit and protects electronics. The result is a drastic reduction in fugitive dust emissions, improved regulatory compliance and better community relations.
Peoria, IL,USA – A global innovator in dust and odor control has announced the appointment of a new President, as Dust Control Technology (DCT) named Laura Stiverson to the post after her service to the company as General Manager for nearly five years. Her primary responsibilities will continue to revolve around new product engineering, business development and customer service. She is described by CEO Edwin Peterson as “Uniquely qualified in experience and temperament to lead the firm in exploring new markets, services and equipment designs.”
Peoria, IL, USA – A global innovator in industrial odor control technology has announced a new heated model in its lineup of mobile equipment engineered to manage outdoor odor vapor from landfills, waste treatment facilities, livestock operations, paper mills, food processing plants and other operations that experience cold weather.