Calcium chloride to be used on roads again
WALKER – Cass County will switch back from magnesium chloride to calcium chloride to treat gravel roads for the next three years, because calcium chloride bids for the next three years ran lower than magnesium chloride.
The county originally shifted to magnesium chloride, because prices at that time had been escalating for calcium chloride. Univar offered the lower of two bids received this year.
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