Safe Road Service, LLCs is a local, Massachusetts-based environmentally friendly winter (SAFE MELT™) & summer (SAFE BIND®) road maintenance products company. Our Worcester terminal location has just undergone a significant expansion in order to better serve the New England market.
Our US-sourced raw materials are blended to order. We offer a full line of bulk liquid storage systems, onboard pre-wetting systems and multi-purpose skidded sprayers. We also offer free facility evaluations, storage system plumbing upgrades, custom designed application equipment and onsite operator training.
The mission of Safe Road Services is to provide the Public Works community with environmentally friendly and cost-effective road maintenance products that reduce operating, material, and equipment costs while increasing overall efficiency and promoting sustainability.
A BRIEF HISTORY
Sears Environmental Applications Company (SEACO) introduces ICE BAN to the New England market. The original formula was a 50/50 blend of Brewers Condensed Solubles (BCS) and magnesium chloride. Also known as ICE BAN MAGIC, Ice Ban was the first byproduct blend de-icer on the market.
Name changed to ICE B’GONE after SEACO’s acquisition of the Hungarian “Toth” patent for Distillers Condensed Solubles (DCS) as an ice melting agent. New formula was typically a 50/50 blend of sugar cane molasses and magnesium chloride.
Safe Road Services formed after SEACO exits the direct sales end of the business. Safe Road Services introduces another ICE BAN product which was a 50/50 blend of BCS and calcium chloride.
Safe Road Services introduces forestry byproducts (ammonium lignin sulfonate – tree sap) in order to re-enter the dust control and soil stabilization business. These byproducts have a solid 100 plus year history as dust control and soil stabilization agents in the US and Europe. New product is called SAFE BIND®
Safe Road Services begins experimenting with forestry byproducts as an ice melting agent after Anheuser Busch installed an anaeobic digester at its Merrimack, NH brewery. The digester converts the liquid byproduct (BCS) into carbon dioxide and methane. Anheuser Busch began using methane to fire its boilers at this location.
Safe Road Services changes the name of its winter product from ICE BAN to SAFE MELT™.
SRS develops tank farm adjacent to its Worcester siding, replacing offsite storage facility, greatly increasing efficiency and reducing cost.
SRS increases onsite storage capacity to 100,000 gallons and has space onsite for an additional 100,000 gallons
SRS puts five tank cars into service in order to facilitate the timely movement of raw materials to the Worcester terminal