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Seminars: (SR200) Using Small Equipment to Apply Dust Abatement in Ruby, Alaska

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Seminar Host:

No presence informationSeabrook, Richard John (FHWA)


(SR200) Using Small Equipment to Apply Dust Abatement in Ruby, Alaska

Seminar Start Date:

7/12/2017 11:00 AM

Seminar End Time:

7/12/2017 12:30 PM




Do you have remote locations that need dust control treatments?
Are these areas not reachable through roadway networks?
You have thought through a solution however, logistically getting standard application equipment on location was determined to be extremely difficult and excessively expensive.
There are many remote locations that need roadway dust prevention treatment in consideration for citizen health and safety.  Join us for an upcoming webinar, where presenters will discuss the dust control demonstration in the remote Native Village of Ruby Alaska.
 Riveting insight will be shared on how the team used aircraft to fly in light weight equipment for the application of dust palliatives. This was both achievable and cost effective.  This presentation will provide practical knowledge on how to bring dust control to remote locations.
Our presenters will be Mr. Billy Connor, PE, and Dr. David Barnes, PhD, of the University of Alaska/Fairbanks along with Paul Rettinger, Senior Tribal Coordinator for the FHWA Tribal Transportation Program.
Come one, Come All!

Target Audience & Presenters:

FLMA, Tribes, Local Agencies


Web Conference only