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Dust Sources, Control and Training
Dust-generating operations are defined in
Rule 310 §290 (PDF)
as: "Any activity capable of generating fugitive dust, including, but not limited to, the following activities:
Land clearing, maintenance, and land clean-up using mechanized equipment.
Weed abatement by discing or blading.
Bulk material handling (e.g., bulk material hauling and/or transporting, bulk material stacking, loading, and unloading operations).
Storage and/or transporting operations (e.g., open storage piles).
Operation of any outdoor equipment.
Operation of motorized machinery.
Establishing and/or using staging areas, parking areas, material storage areas, or access routes to and from a site.
Establishing and/or using unpaved haul/access roads to, from, and within a site.
Disturbed surface areas associated with a site.
Installing initial landscapes using mechanized equipment."
Page reviewed 29 March 2019
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