crushed stone


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crushed stone

[¦krəsht ′stōn]
(mining engineering)
Irregular fragments of rock crushed or ground to smaller sizes after quarrying. Also known as broken stone.

crushed stone, crushed rock

The product resulting from the artificial crushing of rocks, boulders, or large cobblestones, substantially all faces of which have been crushed. Also see coarse aggregate.
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Global Crushed Stone Mining Market Report 2019 provides the strategists, marketers and senior management with the critical information they need to assess the global crushed stone mining market.
The estimated annual output of crushed stone produced for consumption in 2018 was 1.41 Gt, an increase of 4% compared with that of 2017.
Gravel and crushed stones from the quarry in Namie, Fukushima Prefecture, were also found to have been used in work to reinforce the earthquake resistance of an elementary school building and in a private house's yard in the city.
What is unfortunate, she says, is that the "same politicians who earlier mined sand are now tearing down mountains for crushed stone which like sand is another EoACAyfree' material.
Topping the list of 2016 crushed stone producers are Vulcan Materials Co., Martin Marietta Materials, Oldcastle Materials, Lehigh Hanson Inc.
An estimated 339 Mt of crushed stone was produced and shipped for consumption in the United States in the fourth quarter of 2017, an increase of 4 percent compared with that of the same period of 2016.
In addition to the top volume operators in sand & gravel and crushed stone production, Rock Products magazine published "The Rock 100" in May 2012.
Gravel and crushed stone from the quarry in Namie, Fukushima Prefecture, was also found to have been used to reinforce the earthquake resistance of an elementary school building.
Geological Survey crushed stone commodity specialist.
The number of houses and condominiums confirmed to have been built using radiation-contaminated crushed stone quarried near the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant has reached around 60 in Fukushima Prefecture, government sources said Sunday.