No Silica In Medina Concrete Plant Dust, Test Results Show

The city of Medina has released the results of tests on air quality near the Osborne Concrete plant which indicate there is no harmful silica in the dust found in nearby homes.

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    National Precast Concrete Association / Precast Magazines / Precast Inc. Magazine / 2012 – May-June / Silica: It’s Not Just Dust / Silica: It’s Not Just Dust November 16, 2012 Leave a Comment Deaths from silicosis in the construction industry may be significantly underreported.
    11/11/2018 - 3:39 am | View Website
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    11/10/2018 - 5:23 pm | View Website
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  • Occupational dust and silica conditions in some Queensland ...
    Occupational dust and silica conditions in some Queensland construction and related industries Occupational dust and silica conditions in some Queensland construction and related industries - A report supporting the Work-related disease strategy 2012-2022.
    11/9/2018 - 9:46 am | View Website
    The Wells Concrete plant in Albany, Minnesota designs, manufactures and installs a variety of structural and architectural precast wall panels. Workers pour insulated and solid concrete wall panels in a huge warehouse space of approximately 180,000 square feet. PROBLEM Silica is a natural substance found in materials common on construction sites, like concrete, rocks and sand.
    11/8/2018 - 8:07 am | View Website
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