SPN received notice from Joe Munn, the Operations Manager at PA&E (Pacific Aerospace), this morning. Given the overcast skies this morning, we might feel/hear some of the shock waves.
Any feedback for Munn would be greatly appreciated.[sam id=”15″ codes=”true”]”The blast crew will do what they’ve done in the past to reduce shock wave plus one more technique,” notes Munn. “Let me know.”
He also adds that workers there will be attending a conference to further aid minimize the impact on their northern neighbours (us). “All of the blasters are going to a blasters conference in Portland OR next month and one of the topics is how to reduce blast noise and shock waves. This is a three day conference and expensive but I wanted them to go.”
The more feedback they get from us, the better they can manage the impact.
- Rumble on Thursday early afternoon
- Expect one blast mid-morning today, Thurs Jan 21
- Expect two blasts from PA&E today
- PA&E blasting schedule this week
- Expect two blasts today, coming from Washington USA
- Rep from Pacific Aerospace & Electronics meets Mayor of Sooke and monitors blast effects from our shores
- Did you hear today’s blast?
- Bracing for the BOOM