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Going the Extra Mile

Going the Extra Mile

AggMan Staff - Sep 01, 2011

Cooperating with the surrounding community and being good stewards of the environment has brought awards and accolades to Huntsville Quarry. by ...

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Michels keeps it mobile

Michels keeps it mobile

AggMan Staff - Jul 06, 2011

Portable plants are key in keeping Waterloo Quarry productive and successful during tough times. By Kerry Clines, Senior Editor Wisconsin-based Michels Materials, ...

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Plant Profile

Plant Profile

- May 08, 2011

The Answer is Blowing in the Wind At least that’s where Teichert Aggregates hopes to find a way to lower energy ...

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Plant Profile

Plant Profile

- Mar 04, 2011

Saving a Site in Paradise When West Hawaii Concrete was threatened with possible closure, a non-traditional revenue stream kept it open ...

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A Singular Solution

A Singular Solution

- Feb 01, 2011

A major dolomitic limestone operation creates new productivity for an old quarry and reduces energy costs at the same time. By ...

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Plant Profile

Plant Profile

- Nov 02, 2010

Putting safety first For Lafarge’s Calera Quarry, safety is more than a priority…it’s a way of life. All aggregate operations must adhere ...

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Rock Hard on Education

Rock Hard on Education

- Sep 01, 2010

Vulcan’s Kennesaw Quarry is well known for the granite aggregate it produces, but is probably best known for its education ...

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Plant Profile

Plant Profile

- Aug 01, 2010

On the shores of Puget Sound CalPortland’s Washington-based DuPont Pit delivers high-quality gravel to ports as far away as Alaska. By Kerry ...

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New life for an old quarry

New life for an old quarry

AggMan Staff - Jun 01, 2010

Rather than start all over with a new plant, TXI invested time and money to bring its Bridgeport Stone operation ...

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It’s a different world

It’s a different world

- Apr 01, 2010

Venture into an underground aggregate mine and you might think you’ve entered Moria, the underground dwarf kingdom in J.R.R. Tolkein’s ...

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