What is an aggregate producer?

What is an aggregate producer?

Aggregates producers are any company that produces and/or sells aggregates in the US, including both internal and external consumption, and dues are based on the previous year's annual sales to any customer.

What are the sources of aggregate?

Sources for these basic materials can be grouped into three main areas: Mining of mineral aggregate deposits, including sand, gravel, and stone; use of waste slag from the manufacture of iron and steel; and recycling of concrete, which is itself chiefly manufactured from mineral aggregates.

What is #2 crushed stone?

This primarily 1″ crushed, washed gravel with a top size of 1-1/2″ is often used for drainage around perforated pipe, under concrete slabs, and as a coarse driveway topping for soft, very muddy driveways. Suitable as a coarse driveway topping.

How much is type1 compact?

However, as avery, very, VERY general rule, we look for compaction of around 30% with most Type 1 aggregates. So, 130mm will probably compact to 100mm; 195mm will most likely compact to 150mm.

How deep should MOT Type 1 be?


Can I use MOT Type 1 to make concrete?

MOT Type 1 - Crushed Concrete is literally crushed concrete, meeting the requirement of the Department of Transport Specification for Highway Works, Clause 803. The “SHW”. Type 1 can also be constructed of other hard inert materials, slag or rocks, such as Limestone, Granite or Gritsone.