Sebastian County Road Crew Stops Using Metal Compound For Winter Treatment

Sebastian County Road Crew Stops Using Metal Compound For Winter Treatment SEBASTIAN COUNTY (KFSM) After several phone calls from drivers, the Sebastian County Road Department stopped the use of a metal compound called slag to treat the streets during recent winter weather. Officiel Christian Louboutin “I had a gentleman call and he was worried about the size of it,” Road Department Superintendent Jim Carter said. “He said he had a piece that was over sized. I’m sure it was. chaussure nike pas cher It happens in all materials; you get a piece that’s over sized once in a while, so we stopped it and went straight to sand and salt after that.” “It’s a real good product,” Carter said. “It doesn’t freeze, so it’s good for that purpose. basket nike tn soldes It’s really cheap, because what we’re putting on the road, we’re going to sweep off Monday. It’s been approved by the Corps of Engineers and a lot of people use it for different things. We use it in a lot of different instances.” Road crews said it served many purposes. “It’s super abrasive, so when it gets on the ice, it digs in to the sand,” Carter said. “So, when you run over it with your car, you’ve got traction. It won’t freeze; it has to get really cold for it to freeze, so it’s kind of got a dual purpose.” But for now, the road crews will stick to using sand and salt. “We always used cheap jerseys it because it kept our sand from freezing in the process going from our bin to the truck to out on the road,” Carter said. adidas nmd “But, I’ve purchased salt and we’re mixing it with the sand now.”.

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