Enviroseal Pipeline Solutions can offer several solutions to client’s sites airborne dust issues throughout the UK and Europe to help suppress the offending dust and reduce the impact to members of staff the public and the local community/neighbours. We can supply and install many different individual packages to the sectors as below:

  • Landfill sites

  • Quarries

  • Haul roads

  • Material recycling facilities

  • Aggregate plants

  • Waste transfer stations

  • Concrete plants

  • Building sites

  • Paper mills

  • Crushing plants

  • Demolition

  • Mines

  • Roads repair/construction


  • Every sites/projects needs are different and we would always offer a free consultation visit to discuss needs, options and what package we can tailor to suit an individual project and we cover the UK and Europe. Below is a selection of products we supply:

  • Road sweepers

  • Tractor bowers (various sizes)
  • 4x4 Vehicle mounted suppression systems

  • ATV mounted suppression systems

  • Wall mounted static high pressure misting units

  • Wall mounted oscillating high pressure misting units

  • Mobile oscillating high pressure misting units

  • Oscillating water cannon

  • Perimeter daisy changed high pressure multiple nozzle systems ideal for large sites and can be laid up to 1500 metre

  • Spray dosing units

  • It’s paramount to ensure a safe working environment for staff, members of the public, neighbours and the local community so investing in dust suppression can make all the difference to people’s lives and potentially ward off health issues, complaints and fines.

    Airborne Dust


    Construction dust is not just a nuisance; it can seriously damage your health and some types can eventually even kill. Regularly breathing these dusts over a long time can therefore cause life-changing lung diseases.
    This is a general term used to describe different dusts that you may find on a construction, demolition or landfill site. There are three main types:

  • Silica dust – created when working on silica-containing materials like concrete, mortar and sandstone (also known as respirable crystalline silica or RCS);

  • Wood dust – created when working on softwood, hardwood and wood-based products like MDF and plywood;

  • Lower toxicity dusts – created when working on materials containing very little or no silica. The most common include gypsum (eg in plasterboard), limestone, marble and dolomite.



  • Health risks


    Anyone who breathes in these dusts should know the damage they can do to the lungs and airways. The main dust-related diseases affecting construction workers are:

  • Lung cancer;

  • Silicosis;

  • Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD);

  • Asthma.


  • Some lung disease, like advanced silicosis or asthma, can come on quite quickly. However, most of these diseases take a long time to develop. Dust can build up in the lungs and harm them gradually over time. The effects are often not immediately obvious. Unfortunately, by the time it is noticed the total damage done may already be serious and life changing. It may mean permanent disability and early death.