Example Procedure for Dust Control on an Active Mine Haul Road using Earthbind® 100

There are various ways Earthbind®100 can be used to manage fugitive dust on an active mine haul road. A common method consists of applying Earthbind® in two phases. This is generally referred to as the “base course phase” and the “maintenance phase”. To begin with, the base course phase is... Read more »

Earthbind® vs. Asphalt Cutbacks for Dust Control and Stabilization

Earthbind® products are considered to be environmentally-friendly, bio-based modified asphalt emulsions and are designed to control fugitive dust (Earthbind® 100), stabilize road base materials (Earthbind® Stabilizer), and to recycle reclaimed asphalt pavement and alternative paving (Earthbind® EBS-RA). Background – Asphalt Cutbacks Certain asphalt cutbacks have been formally or currently (in... Read more »

Why Magnesium and Calcium Chloride Can Accelerate Corrosion When Used for Dust Control?

Both magnesium and calcium chloride products are used extensively in the American West for dust control and deicing purposes. Unfortunately, it has also been observed that these products can be corrosive to vehicles traveling on the treated roads. This blog will briefly describe the acceleration of aqueous corrosion of metal…mainly... Read more »

How Can Earthbind® Stabilizer Help You?

As the holidays approach, so does the snowy weather. Although the season brings thoughts of tinsel and stuffing ourselves with favorite foods, it also brings worries of weather conditions and safe roads. Roads treated with EnviRoad products weather the winter better than non-treated roads. We offer materials to help sustain... Read more »

Lignin Sulfonate as the Solution to Your Dust Control

EnviRoad prides itself on providing products that are as natural as they are effective. Over time, companies and businesses have become more ecologically-conscious, and we have risen to the occasion with natural products that don't affect the environment. EnviRoad was just recently recognized by QAS International Ltd., who focuses on... Read more »

Earthbind® Stabilizer Can Help Reduce Grading Costs

All unpaved roads need some degree of maintenance throughout the course of a year. Several factors can contribute to what measures are called for during a specific season. The composition of the aggregate material, local weather conditions and traffic load can increase the chances of a road hazard developing. Potholes,... Read more »

ISO 9001:2015 Certified!

We are pleased to announce that both EnviRoad and Blue Line Transportation have received ISO 9001:2015 certification. This certification was awarded to our companies by QAS International Ltd., an established certification company that focuses on ISO standards. This foundation awards those who have gained the trust and confidence of customers... Read more »

Treating an Industrial Yard for Dust Control using Earthbind® 100

Treating a heavily-used industrial yard for dust control can be very challenging. The challenge can be due to all the heavy truck traffic and heavy-duty forklifts turning and churning the unpaved surface material and creating “new” material. This grinding can also grind down any topically applied dust control product. Generally,... Read more »

Earthbind® 100 Helps Maintain Roads Where Sediment Runoff is a Concern

Unpaved roads are often a necessity for people, vehicles and equipment needed in a wide range of industries as well as agriculture. Mines, gravel pits, large-scale farms and other places like railroad yards also frequently use roads composed of loose aggregates for moving supplies and machinery. With these unpaved roads,... Read more »

Want to Get Rid of Synthetic Polymers? Consider Earthbind Instead!

Here at Enviroad, we focus on making sure our products are environmentally safe and product placement is long lasting. Our team of environmental experts works with you to solve complex dust abatement, alternative paving and soil stabilization issues. With our goal focused on a cleaner environment (it’s even in the... Read more »