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Over the last decade, Resource Industries’ has earned recognition for delivering value-added solutions for its clients. The company’s portfolio features projects of all sizes, scopes and levels of complexity. In the coming years, the company will focus on continuous growth while remaining true to its core values for safety, diversity, sustainability and innovation...

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Correctly estimating how much material you'll need is imperative for helping save your project time and money. With the proliferation of online aggregate calculators and other tools available to simplify construction material estimates our team thought to share the basic logic and formulas that drive these calculations...

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Every year winter and early spring, heavy rain fall mixed with freezing and thawing temperatures can cause havoc with the creation of mud in areas of high traffic. Not only is this unsightly but deep mud can also cause safety and liability concerns so it’s best it fix the problem before the mud becomes too much to handle...

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If you have ever wondered what happens to all of the leftover concrete after a building is torn down? In the past, the waste from this type of demolition would end up in a landfill, taking up space as a non-biodegradable material. Fortunately, Recycled Concrete Aggregate (RCA) has gained popularity as a valuable material that can be used for a number of different purposes. Lets explore some of those benefits...

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Providing accessible and convenient parking is a necessity for any business. Unfortunately, building a new parking lot can be an expensive endeavor, especially when factors like proper drainage systems and long-term maintenance are considered. Looking for another option? We've got a solution that will save you time and money and is good for the environment!

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Over 200,000 miles of railroad track cover the United States. Today’s trains can exert a force of 100 psi (pounds per square inch) when passing over track – and those tracks must be able to withstand that constant force. That is where railroad ballast comes into play.Railroad ballast is one of the most demanding applications for aggregate and crushed stone.

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Temporary construction erosion and sediment control is the practice of preventing or reducing the movement of sediment from a site during construction through the implementation of man-made structures, land management techniques, or natural processes. In short, "Erosion" is the process of wind, water, or other natural agents gradually wearing down soil, rock, or land; whereas "Sedimentation" is the process of settling or deposition of those eroded particles.

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Seasoned farmers know that over time, soil can become too acidic to produce a healthy crop. There are many causes of this – from overworked land to exposure to erosion, leaching and decomposition of organic matter. Fortunately, there’s a solution for restoring the health of your soil: Aglime. So, what is Aglime and how does it work, exactly? We’re glad you ask!

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