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Demolition Dust

Washington LaSalle

Every demolition job is required to have dust control. Yesterday while driving down Washongton Ave I was enveloped by a cloud of dust.

This dust is harmful and is wafting over a very large area of Central City, creating a toxic dust cloud, anyone have Alphonse Jacksons phone number? or even Rene from HUD? it is all a joke anyway isn’t it?

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  • There should be guys with hoses shooting water into the air to keep that from happening.
    From the LA Dept. of Environmental Quality website:
    Customer Service Center 225-219-LDEQ (5337) or Toll Free 1-866-896-LDEQ (5337)
    Do you have a question concerning the department but not sure who to call? Call DEQ’s Customer Service Center, and we will be glad to help you. Please contact us between 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.