Most of us are used to ice melt and rock salt on icy winter roads. But according to an article, “Pouring Cheese on Icy Roads in, Where else, Wisconsin” that Opus International recently shared on their blog via the New York Times, the state of Wisconsin is using cheese! Just when you thought cheese was only for use in delicious food products, America’s cheese capital has introduced a new way to mix cheese brine with rock salt for better effectiveness on frozen roadways. Which kinds of cheese work best?
Read the article now to find out!
The views, opinions and technical analyses presented here are those of the author or advertiser, and are not necessarily those of ULProspector.com or UL. The appearance of this content in the UL Prospector Knowledge Center does not constitute an endorsement by UL or its affiliates.
All content is subject to copyright and may not be reproduced without prior authorization from UL or the content author.
The content has been made available for informational and educational purposes only. While the editors of this site may verify the accuracy of its content from time to time, we assume no responsibility for errors made by the author, editorial staff or any other contributor.
UL does not make any representations or warranties with respect to the accuracy, applicability, fitness or completeness of the content. UL does not warrant the performance, effectiveness or applicability of sites listed or linked to in any content.
Leave a Reply or Comment