Barrier to dust

By Lindsay Gale17 August 2008

Dust Boss equipment at work at Spring Street Recycling's facility

Dust Boss equipment at work at Spring Street Recycling's facility

US recycling operation Spring Street Recycling, located in West Haven, Conneticut, is now using a Dust Boss DB-60 dust suppression system from Dust Control Technology to control dust during its crushing and associated loading operations – a crucial factor when it came to obtaining a site operating permit to crush local demolition waste into aggregate that can be sold as clean fill material.

The company is using a variety of dust suppression techniques to minimise adverse dust impacts in addition to the Dust Boss equipment. Its primary crusher, a Lippman Milwaukee 3062 jaw unit, features a series of spray nozzles in the feed opening to provide internal and external saturation. Material is then transported via a 13.7 m (45 ft) conveyor to a triple deck screen, with secondary crushing being carrier out by a Lippman Milwaukee 5165 impact crusher, also with internal dust suppression.

According to Spring Street owner Lou Gherlone: “ The plans for this facility were closely scrutinised by the regulatory authority and local citizens. We had to satisfy everyone that we had proven technology in place to run a very clean operation that would’nt contribute dust to neighbouring wetlands or the community. Without the latest dust suppression techniques, we would not have been able to do that.”

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