Shelly Asphalt: Resources
- Are there hidden dangers of hydrogen sulfide emissions from asphalt
air quality monitoring study, North Carolina Division of Air
Quality, Toxics Protection Branch, Air Toxics Analytical Support Team,
Investigation numbers 01007, 01008, Aug 29, 2003, 1.08 MB pdf.
- Chemicals released from asphalt plants and asphalt terminals
Company, headquartered in Thornville, owned by Oldcastle
Materials, Inc., headquartered in Washington, D.C., owned by CRH,
plc (public limited company), headquartered in Dublin, Ireland.
- Shelly Company Ohio
- The Shelly Company made major changes at one of their local plants
to stop odors and prevent air pollution
producer uses state finacing to comply with environmental regulations,
release, Mark Shanahan, Executive Director, Ohio Air Quality Development
Authority, Dec 12, 2002.
- Hot mix asphalt plant;
Air emission inventory guidance, Wisconsin Department of Natural
Resources, Nov 2, 2001, 341 KB pdf.
- Test report: Formaldehyde
emissions testing from asphalt heaters, MACTEC Federal Programs,
Inc., Research Triangle Park, NC, for the National Asphalt
Pavement Association, Oct 2003, 1.79 MB pdf.
For more information or to get involved,
contact Simona Vaclavikova,
Columbus Area Program Director, Ohio Citizen Action, (216) 861-5200.