Tecpro launches dust suppression website
For more than 25 years, Tecpro Australia has advised clients from a wide range of industries on the best method of dust suppression to meet their requirements, this expertise is recognised in the launch of their specialist website: www.dustsuppressionsystems.com.au
With its full suite of dust suppression products and services, Tecpro Australia is uniquely placed to guide and advise clients on the best method of dust suppression in a variety of indoor and outdoor environments. The company’s new website showcases Tecpro’s comprehensive product range and includes educational resources to assist with finding solutions to dust suppression problems.
“With increasing interest in OH&S issues, more and more people are focussing on managing and suppressing dust in their work environments,” said Mr Cooper.
“By effectively controlling dust problems, organisations can dramatically improve workplace safety and compliance with environmental regulations. Eliminating airborne dust also helps lessen wear and tear on equipment as fine dust doesn’t get into mechanisms such as pulleys and bearings causing them to wear prematurely.”
The new website will be of interest to those responsible for managing environmental and workplace safety in mines, construction sites, quarries, concrete plants and transfer stations.
“In coming months, we’re looking forward to unveiling additional resources to help our clients understand and manage their dust problems,” said Mr Cooper. “To suppress dust effectively, you need to carefully consider a number of contributing factors and we have the knowledge and capability to guide clients well in this important area.”
For more information visit: www.dustsuppressionsystems.com.au
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