Dust control signs for Las Vegas and Clark County Nevada are sometimes mandated by the Air Quality Management Board in Clark County. Failure to comply with their rules and regulations could result in fines and work stoppage. In Clark County, people take raising dust seriously as they believe in contributes to pollution. There are mandatory classes of instruction, signs that are needed and many other requirements.
Dust control signs for Las Vegas and Clark County Nevada are generally two different types, a 4ft x 4ft sign for land less than 10 acres that will be constructed on and a 4ft x 8ft sign for land to be constructed on that is greater than 10 acres. Specific text size and information needs to be on the signs as mandated by the Clark County Air Quality Board. The Clark County dust control signs can be made with different materials such as aluminum or wood. The signs are then placed in a easily visibly spot on the construction site. Some dust signs will have holes punched in the corners and then they are wired to a fence and others require 4″ x 4″ wood posts to hold them up.
Dust control signs for Las Vegas and Clark County Nevada are not expensive. The 4ft x 4ft aluminum sign generally sells for less than one hundred dollars and the 4ft x 8ft dust sign generally sells for about one hundred seventy five dollars. The signs are slightly higher if you like to have them made with a wood MDO substrate instead of aluminum. Both aluminum and wood MDO dust signs will last a long time at the construction site. The most common danger they have is when a large piece of construction equipment runs them over by mistake. Contact your local sign company if you should be required to have one on your construction site.