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Chat Control | BossTek’s Dust and Odor Control Podcast

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Welcome to Chat Control!

BossTek’s new podcast about everything dust and odor control and whatever other topic that may come to light.

Every two weeks, hosts Mike Lewis (Sales Manager) and Nick Waechter (Dust and Odor Management Specialist) sit down and talk the latest and greatest in dust and odor technology.

From recent news in the industry and what’s going on at BossTek to their favorite places to golf, Chat Control has maximum coverage.

This bi-weekly show starts on June 4th at 1 p.m. EST.

For more videos on BossTek and continuous updates on Chat Control, visit the BossTek YouTube Channel.

This week on Chat Control

Hosts Mike & Nick tune in for a teaser on what's to come!

After two weeks of OSHA and MSHA certification training, Team Boss reminds everyone to put safety first!

Nick discusses a recent demolition project that utilized dust suppression in downtown Peoria, IL.

The hosts also briefly discuss the upcoming OSHA Silica Compliance deadline, taking effect on June 23rd for General Industry.

Have a question for Mike or Nick? Want to hear their thoughts on a specific topic, whether dust and odor related or not?

Comment on the podcast YouTube video for their responses and see if your question is addressed during the next episode!

Here’s a preview of what’s to come on BossTek’s Chat Control.

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