Like many companies, there are ways for a salt production company to protect the environment, conserve energy, increase efficiency, reduce waste and deliver effective products that are also environmentally-friendly.
Different public works projects with one common link — each requires the proper hole to be dug in order to complete the task properly. But how tough is it to dig a suitable hole? While the process is far from rocket science, it’s not quite as simple as one would expect either.
In order to avoid creating an attractive harborage for pests looking for food, water and shelter, it is important to consider factors such as vegetation type and position when planting around buildings.
Because the ice melt industry is largely unregulated, there's nothing to prevent a manufacturer from adding small traces of additives to basic rock salt and claiming greater environmental benefits, creating a unique symbol that implies eco-friendliness, including "green" or "environmentally friendly" in the product name — or making other misleading claims without validation.