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At BossTek, it is our mission to provide customer-oriented solutions that create safer, more productive work environments.

We understand that not all dust 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 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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By Brooke Carlson | June 12, 2024

Operators and workers in quarries generally consider dust an unavoidable feature of the process. Although most sites take considerable steps to try to mitigate quarry dust emissions, mostly using water, the many stages involved in the extraction and processing of raw materials and aggregate can make the effort seem overwhelming. Many studies researching the effects

Adamo Group Trusted DustBoss During Tear Down of Eastland Mall in Detroit

By Brooke Carlson | May 29, 2024

Demolition of the former Eastland Mall has been completed successfully, with health and safety being a top priority from start to finish. As a leader in the demolition industry, The Adamo Group is well aware of the air quality and compliance issues associated with different projects.  Operating since 1964 and headquartered in Detroit, Michigan, the

DB-45 Surge® delivers unrivaled precision, versatility for dust suppression

By Brooke Carlson | February 28, 2024

In response to input from customers across the demolition and bulk material handling sectors, the leader in atomized mist technology has introduced a powerful new mobile mid-sized dust control cannon.  The DustBoss® DB-45 Surge® is the next iteration of the popular Surge series featuring an innovative pressurized center nozzle paired with the industry-proven fan and

Controlling Dust for a Hospital Demolition Protects Patients and Students

By Brooke Carlson | March 21, 2023

As the leader in dust control technology, BossTek® was enlisted to help the Methodist University Hospital (MUH) in Memphis, TN prepare for a $275 million-dollar facility upgrade by controlling dust emissions during the demolishing of its old facility on the University of Tennessee campus.  The contractor, DT Specialized Services (DTSS), employed the DustBoss® DB-60 Fusion™

NEW DustBoss DB-10 Creates a Safer Workplace with Indoor Dust Control

By Brooke Carlson | January 12, 2023

Introducing a new model that suppresses indoor particulate emissions for industries such as demolition and raw material handling.  The compact DustBoss® DB-10 is the latest addition to BossTek’s line of atomized mist cannons.  Engineered for enclosed working environments, the easily maneuverable unit provides excellent suppression in a lightweight, portable design.  The outcome is effective indoor

Silica Dust Control: Why It Matters for the Construction Industry

By Brooke Carlson | August 11, 2022

The construction industry has a dust problem. Tiny invisible crystalline silica dust to be specific. Although it wasn’t deemed a problem in the past doesn’t mean it didn’t exist. The difference between then and now is there are reams of studies, tests, and evidence from various educational and government sources proving it. The issue is