At BossTek, it is our mission to provide customer-oriented solutions that create safer, more productive work environments.
We understand that not all dust and odor problems are the same and therefore should not all be approached in the same manner. While certain industries and operations may be more prone to dust and/or odor emissions, there are a variety of site-specific factors that must be taken in consideration to successfully meet compliance regulations as well as the expectations of the surrounding community.
Our team has over a decade of experience evaluating and implementing solutions to help operators meet and exceed industry standards. We take a close look at all factors that could be contributing to the issue and work with you to create a plan that fits perfectly with the needs of your facility, your timeline, and your budget.
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Each site analysis will begin with an in-depth discussion of your operation, an overview of your site and an evaluation of your sources of emissions. From there, we will help you develop a strategy that meets your identified needs and provide recommendations for successful execution.
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DustBoss and OdorBoss equipment works in a wide span of industries that require potent forms of suppression. The equipment thrives in these scenarios, stopping dust and odor in its tracks. DustBoss dust control systems have lots of experience in the demolition industry and can drive slag pit emissions to the ground. They prevent particles from… Continue Reading
A Colorado demolition firm with a reputation for environmental stewardship on complex large-scale projects has successfully complied with strict urban dust suppression regulations throughout a sensitive 18-month demolition project, from structural implosion to site clearing. Using two atomized misting cannons to control dust created by the takedown, Colorado Cleanup Corporation (CCC) was able to demolish… Continue Reading
A pioneer in dust and odor control equipment has helped an aluminum die casting company cool its operations and create a more pleasant working environment by employing powerful air cannon technology. LeClaire Manufacturing is using two DustBoss® DB-30™ dust cannons from BossTek® to improve airflow, reduce indoor temperatures and direct air toward internal ventilation systems. … Continue Reading
The Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) in Charleston is one of the state’s top hospitals, ranked among the best pediatric medical institutions in the country. The facility is in the process of expanding and upgrading — supported by donations, grants and state contributions — and has begun construction of the MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children’s… Continue Reading
Trying to stop dust from getting in the air is a valiant effort. Unfortunately, it’s a hard fought battle. In most scenarios, dust is going to be generated and released into the air upon disruption. The demolition industry has copious amounts of dust created during the tear down of structures that preventive methods are not… Continue Reading
In a move designed to bring unparalleled versatility to its lineup of highly-successful dust suppression equipment, BossTek has introduced an optional Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) system that allows users to adjust air flow to suit a broader range of applications and working environments. Driven by customer input from a number of different industries, the new… Continue Reading