Wood pellets can be used in at least a few different ways. Although they are commonly used as a source of fuel for heating purposes, they can also be used as both eco-friendly kitty litter and bedding for a horse stable. As a consultant for a wood pellet plant, it is up to you to provide information to support efficient wood pellet drying methods. In truth, the drier the pellet the better it is for the customer. Read More»
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Whether you’re putting in a new dirt road or you’re trying to mitigate issues with an existing one, one of the most common issues that arises is dust. The good news is that you’re not stuck with dust clouds as an inevitability. By working with a local road dust control specialist, you have many different options to keep that overwhelming dust at bay. Here are several of the choices that may be available to you. Read More»
Many businesses use dumpsters to contain trash until their refuse collection service arrives. A large dumpster can safely hold a lot of waste, but many injuries, slips and falls occur because employees don’t know how to use dumpsters safely. Find out how you can help your staff members stay safe by learning from the five following painful mistakes people sometimes make. Holding the dumpster lid open by hand Most dumpsters have a metal bar attached to the inside of the device that you can use to prop open the lid while you place trash bags inside the bin. Read More»
If you are responsible for safety in a facility that stores items in steel hoppers, there are a few important things to understand regarding the hazards of the large containers. Knowing what types of accidents could happen is the first step in preventing them from occurring. That way, you can foresee what types of alterations need to be done to the hoppers as well as the equipment around them. Here are a few examples of accidents that can happen in hoppers along with how to prevent them from occurring in your facility whether you are installing new hoppers or retrofitting existing ones. Read More»
Even if you are not an electrician, but are involved in another related role on a building project, such as IT installation, you should still understand how to check an electrical outlet to ensure it is wired correctly. The haste at which some projects are built sometimes leads to oversights, and a seemingly-innocuous mistake such as a miswired outlet can have bad consequences down the line. The good news is that you don’t need to be an electrician to know how to perform a basic outlet test. Read More»