Introducing DustPRO™

DustPRO™ is a cost-effective and environmentally safe treated sand solution designed to reduce airborne particles during all sand transfer points, including pneumatic transfer.

DustPRO™ is fueled by the Dow Chemical Company’s patent-pending Preferred DC technology.

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Particles DustPRO™ Proppant

DustPRO™ proppant is available in every major oil and gas basin in North America.

DustPRO System DustPRO™ Application System

Add a dust-control solution to your product line: Install an Application System at your terminal or sand mine today.

Real World Results

Read our customer testimonials below and put DustPRO™ to work for you today.

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“DustPRO™ is the only real dust control that I have seen that actually works and suppresses the amount of dust on site.” Senior Project Manager, Third Party Industrial Hygiene Company
“I love this sand, all the guys love this sand. I do not have to wash all of my gear when I get home. I feel much safer working in this environment.” Sand Boss & Sand King Operator, MidCon
“I have never seen dust levels this low on a pad. This sand works.” Wire Line/ Perf Gun Operator, MidCon
“We have seen no issues arise from handling the DustPRO™ product and we really like not having to deal with the dust.” Terminal Operator, Bakken
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Frequently Asked Questions

How successful is DustPRO™ treated proppant in reducing respirable crystalline silica?

Results show that DustPRO™ consistently meets both the current and proposed OSHA standards.



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Awards & Recognition for the makers of DustPRO™

R&D 100 Award
Oil & Gas Award
Ernst & Young Award
  • 2014 R&D 100 Award for Improving Oil Productivity
  • 2013 Oil & Gas Awards Environmental Initiative of the Year
  • 2013 Oil & Gas Awards Industry Supplier of the Year
  • 2013 Oil & Gas Awards Excellence in Environmental Stewardship
  • 2012 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year in Energy, Cleantech, and Natural Resources