Dust control permit sign Vegas are mandated by the Clark County Dept. of Environment and Sustainability. These good people at the county try their best to limit the amount of dust that goes into the air at construction sites. This dust is a major problem in the desert. As the desert has a lot of loose soil that gets caught up in the wind. And when topsoil is moved around. So Clark County makes everybody building a house or property to designate a responsible party. Who must attend a Clark County Dept. of Environment and Sustainability dust class. In this dust class various techniques and regulations are taught. Another mandatory requirement is a dust sign.
The dust signs Vegas must contain certain information on them. The dust control signs must have the project name, permittee and contact information printed on them. In addition, the dust permit signs require the acreage, permit number and expiration date. They put the contact information of the responsible party on them so that they can be contacted first. If there is any dust violation or concern, the responsible party can immediately address it. The County number is also on the sign if the responsible party is not available. But its best to handle it before the people go to a govt agency. As nobody wants a the govt people on the job site responding to complaints.
How Is a Dust Control Permit Sign Vegas Made ?
A dust sign Vegas is printed on a big adhesive sticker that is applied to a double sided aluminum panel. The aluminum prevents rust and weathering of the sign during the construction process. The adhesive sticker is also laminated to help protect it against minor scrapes and scuffs. The Vegas dusts signs are 4ft x4ft to be in compliance with the Dept. Of Environments and Sustainability.