Anti-icing


DuPage River Salt Creek Workgroup Newsletter

Congratulations to the National APWA Excellence in Snow & Ice Award Winner The Village of Buffalo Grove! The newsletter details what and how they achieved such an industry prestigious award. “After their annual review, the Village of Buffalo Grove Public Works Department revised their winter maintenance plan for 2014 – 2015 to achieve the highest… Read more »

Salt: Less Is More. Chlorides Workshop- Schaumburg, IL

May 1st the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District or Greater Chicago will be hosting a Chlorides Workshop. They will be discussing best management practices, brine application and brine making. Join other municipalities in taking action to reduce chloride pollution. WHEN: Tuesday, May 1, 2018 – 9:00am to 11:30am WHERE: Egan WRP, 550 S. Meacham Rd., Schaumburg,… Read more »

DANGEROUSLY SALTY FRESH WATER? IT IS HAPPENING.

There is no denying the urban sprawl in America is spreading. Researchers found startling data in freshwater lakes of the Northern United Sates. Too many chlorides in salt can do damage to many areas of life, from killing off plants and trees or stunting reproduction of beneficial animal to environmental catastrophes like Flint, Michigan. Researchers… Read more »

Preventing Chloride Damage To Your Landscape

Snow and Ice management costs money to keep your patrons, residents and clients properties safe. Aside from the costs associated with ice melt and snow removal there are hidden costs. One potential big expense we see often is vegetation damage from salt, ice melt applications and snow melt runoff. There are procedures you can follow… Read more »

Conversions, Measurements and More

1 Acre = 43,560 sq ft 1 Lane Mile = 63,360 sq ft 1 Lane Mile = 12ft x 5,280 ft 1 Cup of Rock Salt = 0.6 lbs 1 Ton = 2,000 lbs