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This just in from the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) who is working to phase out the use of coal tar sealants both by encouraging bans of the harmful substance as well as asking applicators to voluntarily stop its use. I wanted to give credit to those applicators who have made this pledge by mentioning them here. This is the first time a group of applicators have stood up and taken such a position. 

Who will be the next to step up? 

After this list is an email from the MPCA with additional information and links.


Pledged Contractors in Greater Minnesota (outside Twin Cities):

Name
Contact
Location
Phone
Darryn Riendean
Grand Rapids
218-259-2363
Royal Johnson
Rochester
507-529-0643
Bradley Seykora
Owatonna
507-455-3342

Pledged Contractors in the Twin Cities Metro area (30-mile radius):

Name
Contact
Location
Phone
Daniel Smith
Maple Grove
763-425-0575
Brian Reid
Minneapolis
612-706-8018
Jeff Taylor
Osseo
763-420-7500
Scott Smith
Minneapolis
Saint Paul
612-676-1717
651-494-9416
Bill Cody
Circle Pines
651-784-7777
John Kittleson
Saint Paul
651-686-7001
Bruce Smith
Rogers
763-428-7868
Blacktop Maintenance
Larry Hall
Hugo
651-484-6502
Michael Ryan
Anoka
763-323-1900
Cheryl Brochman
Stillwater
651-439-5379
Donald Rasinen
Saint Paul
651-484-6933
Paul Schultz
Maple Grove
763-424-5400
Cutting Edge Seal Coating + Paving
Tom Mertz
Saint Paul
651-735-7325
Dawson Blacktopping Inc
Bill Dawson
St. Bonifacius
952-446-1866
Stacy Anderson
Minneapolis
763-784-3833
Daniel Erickson
Princeton
763-389-5267
Chad Nelson
Saint Paul
651-484-0385
Randy Blackowiak
Savage
952-931-9188
Jet-Black (locations)
Nick Kelso
Savage
952-888-4444
Joseph Biagini
Saint Paul
651-774-9417
Michael Enright
Shakopee
952-239-4184
Rick Pierson
Shakopee
952-479-5349
Dave Nelson
Minnetonka
612-685-8310
Mark Marco
Minneapolis
612-819-7770
David Olmscheid
Rogers
763-428-4121
James Mickle
Saint Paul
651-797-2615
Modern Roadways Co Asphalt
Edgar Smith
Golden Valley
763-545-1777
Jeffrey Dusenka
East Bethel
763-784-1805
Jerret Coon
Shakopee
952-445-7676
Joan Radloff
Prior Lake
952-447-5733
Hubert Schiell
Stillwater
651-436-3345
Seal King (franchises in MN, WI, IA)
Ben Nelson
Lakeville
952-469-6639
Kyle Teslaa
Norwood
952-240-5668
Richard Anderson
Minneapolis
952-881-8960
James Cigelske
Monticello
763-670-0260
Richard Gonion
Vadnais Heights
651-483-4546
Last modified on January 14, 2013 16:36
Welcome to MPCA's inaugural Great Lakes-wide e-mail update.

We have included you because of our recent contact on coal tar sealcoat phase-out efforts or your general interest in stormwater news from MPCA.  We anticipate using these e-mail bulletins to distribute project information 2 to 4 times a month.  Please forward as you see fit, or if you wish to unsubscribe from this topic, you may do so by clicking the link at the bottom.

Our primary purpose is to provide information and tools to homeowners, parking lot managers, or community leaders interested in reducing the environmental and human health hazard of the high polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH) content of coal tar-based pavement sealcoats.

To get distribution started, we have set up a Great Lakes portal page on the MPCA site.  From there, you can link to location-specific resources through the Minnesota page or to other states' (or provinces') pages as they come on line.  Through the Minnesota page, you can access more of the tool-level detail via a Google site.  Materials there are fairly specific to Minnesota but are readily adaptable for others in the Upper Midwest and Great Lakes.  MPCA staff can facilitate your adaptation of these materials through 2014.

Here's a sampling of the information available:
>NEW TODAY!  Guidance to property owners on effective use of alternatives, through a Minnesota subpage http://www.pca.state.mn.us/ckkfkud
>The list of Minnesota contractors pledged not to apply coal tar (updated weekly), through the Minnesota page http://www.pca.state.mn.us/ahx9qrk
More contractors outside the Twin Cities area will be added soon.  A similar list for Wisconsin is under development.
>Who's phased out coal tar sealcoats, through the Great Lakes page http://www.pca.state.mn.us/h8udqd6
>Project metrics and progress report through "Project and Metrics" in the links box on the Minnesota page

Once again, welcome, and please don't hesitate to get in touch for more information.

Al Innes
Project Manager
MPCA Pollution Prevention Program
alister.innes@state.mn.us
651-757-2457



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