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A water villain returns to the streets

Posted in: Helpful, Spotlight- Dec 22, 2014 No Comments

This cartoon was originally featured in January 2014 issue of The River Hills Traveler.

For a brief primer on road salt’s impact on the environment, click here. Or, if you’re more the “authoritative research” kind of person, click here.

To learn more about the Missouri Department of Transportation’s use of sugar beet juice, click here.

For clearinghouse of road salt research and information, visit Kids Against Road Salt.

And now, with no further ado, MSTWC is proud to present (download full size view here):


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Road Salt Recycling research by the Salt Institute, the City of Toronto and the University of Guelph

Salt Reduction BMP development: a guide assembled as the result of a multi-year survey of the best and most applicable technology for New Hampshire Snow & Ice Management Professions.

New Hampshire Road Salt Reduction Initiative

Green SnowPro: The UNH T2 Center offers half day Green SnowPro Training courses focused on efficient and environmentally friendly winter maintenance practices. Click for more information.

“WSU studies green winter road technology:” “Shi has developed an ice-melt composed of leftover barley residue from vodka distilleries.”