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2 Stone--2 STONE-- (SIZE: 2 inch max) Commonly used as a base layer for roads & driveways, filtration beds and decorative stone in landscaping.

4 Stone--4 STONE-- (SIZE: 1-1/2 inch max) Commonly used as base layer for roads & driveways, septic tank linings, filtration beds and decorative stone for landscaping.

8 Stone--8 STONE (SIZE 1 inch max)  Commonly used in driveways, concrete mixes, underdrain and sub-base for highways. NO DUST. 

9 Stone--9 STONE-- (SIZE: 3/4 inch max) Commonly used for driveways, surface mix for highway - non-skid and concrete mixes. NO DUST.

11 Stone--11 Stone-- (SIZE: 1/2 max) Commonly used for driveways and asphalt surface mixes. NO DUST.

12 Stone--12 Stone-- (SIZE: 3/8 inch max) Commonly used for driveways, fill stone, and to tighten asphalt mixes. NO DUST.

53's Stone--53's Stone-- (SIZE 1-1/2 inch max) Compacted aggregate used for driveways & parking lots, and as a base for concrete paving. SOME DUST.

53 O's Stone--53 O's STONE-- (SIZE 1-1/2 max)Compacted aggregate used for driveways & parking lots, and as a base for concrete paving. MORE DUST. 

73 O's Stone--73 O's STONE-- (SIZE: 1 inch max) Compacted aggregate used for driveways & parking lots, and as a base for concrete paving. MOST DUST.

White Fill Stone--WHITE FILL STONE" a.k.a. "23/24 QA Sand-- Coarse Sand commonly used as backfill material and in concrete/asphalt mixes.

--RipRap Revetment-- (SIZE: 6-12 inches) Commonly used along waterways, ditch banks and other areas subject to erosion. 

--RipRap Class 1-- (SIZE: 12-24 inches) Commonly used for shoreline erosion, drainage in ditches, culverts, and rock walls. 

RipRap Class 2--RipRap Class 2-- (SIZE: 12-36 inches) Commonly used for shoreline erosion, drainage in ditches, culverts, and rock walls.

                                                                                                      Approximately 1.25 Ton of Stone Per Cubic Yard



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