Soilworks Launches Online Dust Control Resource Library to Give Customers the Information They Need

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Soilworks, the leading supplier of dust control and soil stabilization products, has unveiled a new resource library to help create more transparency in the industry, the company announced today.

Soilworks, the leading supplier of dust control and soil stabilization products, has unveiled a new resource library to help create more transparency in the industry.

You still need a dust control expert to help you determine the best product and application rates but you should be able to do the research in as simple of a way as possible.

Soilworks, the leading supplier of dust control and soil stabilization products, has unveiled a new resource library to help create more transparency in the industry, the company announced today.

The resource library, available at http://www.soilworks.com, was designed as a digital vault for independent studies, cases studies and testing results that Soilworks has been a participant. The library stretches back more than a decade and is designed to help specifiers, applicators, consumers and end users find the information they need to make an educated decision on dust control products.

“So much of what the average customer experiences when researching dust control products is incomplete information at best and highly questionable at its worst,” said Chad Falkenberg, founder of Soilworks. “Our goal is to change that. We want our customers to feel they’re making a decision based on facts, not marketing speak.”

Soilworks’ resource library is intended as a guide to help navigate consumers through the complexities of dust control and soil stabilization, Falkenberg said. Getting to the root of what each product is made of and expected to do can be extremely confusing.

“What we’re trying to do is show customers this industry doesn’t have to be like that,” Falkenberg said. “You still need a dust control expert to help you determine the best product and application rates but you should be able to do the research in as simple of a way as possible.”

Since founding Soilworks, Falkenberg has strived to deliver not only consistently performing products, a common problem for the industry, but also transparent products.

Just this year, Soilworks became the only company to have a synthetic copolymer pass the rigorous standards of the highly coveted and prestigious Certificate of Conformity from BNQ for its eco-friendly formula.

The certification for Soiltac, the flagship product in Soilworks’ dust control and soil stabilization suite of products, joined the company's other key product, Durasoil, as the industry’s only suite of non-corrosive, eco-friendly and highly effective dust control products to pass BNQ.

Certification by BNQ is an exacting process that requires complete transparency and top-tier products that can hold up to rigid testing protocols. Last year, Durasoil became the first synthetic fluid dust suppressant ever to be awarded the highly coveted BNQ certification for its superior eco-friendly formula.
For more information about Soilworks, please visit http://www.soilworks.com.

About Soilworks
Soilworks provides engineered solutions to meet the broad needs of the dust control and soil stabilization industry. Whether the market is commercial, industrial or military, Soilworks has the innovative tools, unmatched technical support, and environmentally friendly technologies to fulfill specific requirements. Soilworks’ performance-driven portfolio of industry-leading products include Soiltac®, Powdered Soiltac®, Gorilla-Snot® and Durasoil®. Soilworks’ international sales network, global distribution centers and integrated customer service provide an ideal platform to satisfy all its customers’ needs. Get to know Soilworks better at http://www.soilworks.com or call 1-800-545-5420.

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