Construction projects employ best management practices during construction to reduce the potential for fugitive dust emissions. An effective dust control management plan is part of ensuring compliance with all federal and state laws. A successful plan provides objectives and controls to minimize dust and keep your project running smoothly and in compliance.
What is the purpose of a dust control management plan?
Dust control management plans are designed to meet local and federal pollution requirements and ensure the health and safety of employees, the community, and the environment from fugitive dust.
What types of projects need a dust control management plan?
Fugitive dust is generated from soil and debris tracked onto paved roads, from wind erosion of mine tailings, and unpaved roadways. Construction site managers should review their worksite conditions to determine the risk of fugitive dust and the needed dust control measures. This will help to develop a comprehensive dust control management plan.
Popular dust control measures to include in your management plan
An effective dust control management plan may consider a variety of dust control methods for the project. But if the management plan is for multiple construction sites, there may be concessions when each method is used. Popular dust control methods include:
Central elements of an effective dust control management plan
Dust control management plans provide measures for construction companies and contractors to minimize fugitive dust emissions during construction. There are several essential components of an effective dust control management plan, including:
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