The multi-use Rolling Prairie Trail is one of Franklin County’s most prized attractions. Visitors and donors expect the trail, which was formerly a railroad, to be a well-maintained outlet for year-round recreation and nature-lovers of all ages. "Hi my name’s Ned Parker, I’m the director of Franklin County Conservation in Hampton, Iowa. We’re out here on The Rolling Prairie Trail, in the city limits of Hampton, looking at a recent application of GSB-88® put on by Gee Asphalt
(excerpted from “How Pittsburgh is test driving tech to make your commute smarter.” Sept 6, 2017, Jeffrey Brown reporting) Another problem for drivers and the city, potholes and decaying streets. And there’s a project under way here to deal with that. Pittsburgh has more than 800 miles of roads and, like most cities, a limited budget to maintain them. Professor Christoph Mertz has devised software that could help the city better determine where to send repair crews.
Every year building and pavement owners discover thousands of dollars in property damage after the snow and ice thaw. Don’t let this be you. Use the right product for the right job!
Unlike in other de-icers, Caliber does not contain abrasive elements so replacement, cleanup or repair becomes virtually non-existent.
Liquid de-icers enhanced with Caliber are environmentally friendly to pedestrians and vegetation (including delicate landscaping) and are less corrosive to co
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Historically, pavement owner’s have reacted post-storm, allowing snowfall to accumulate and ice bonds to form, and then start the expensive and arduous process of clean up and removal–often taking days to complete, shutting down access for unbearable amounts of time.
But, now there is a better proactive way to combat the unpredictable winter months: Anti-icing
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In the days gone by, pavement owners did little to plan ahead for the winter months.
The plan of action was to wait and then react after Mother Nature had descended upon us. Snowfall was allowed to accumulate and then the expensive and arduous process of clean up and removal began, often taking days to complete while shutting down access for unbearable amounts of time.
Today, research has proven there is a much better and proactive way to combat the unpredictable winter m
Like many of your peers, you may be seeing your pavement maintenance budget shrink. While Coal Tar might look budget friendly, increasing studies lay solid scientific proof to decades of speculation that the chemicals in Coal Tar Sealants are toxic and even deadly to the surrounding environment.
Linked to tumors and death in fish and cancers in humans, ongoing research now shows that extremely high levels of PAHs (toxins) are released in the air as the Sealant is applied an