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By |  November 29, 2011

The U.S. Geological Survey now offers comprehensive data on 2010 crushed stone production in its Minerals Yearbook. The report, authored by Jason Christopher Willett, contains plenty of facts and figures, including total production (1.16 billion metric tons), total value of crushed stone ($11.2 billion) and average unit price comparisons (down slightly from 2009 but 21 percent higher than 2006). Production for consumption was the lowest since 1993, and total value the lowest since 2004, Willett writes. That’s just the beginning. Have a look and see what information you can take away that just might help your operation or grow your industry knowledge.

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