Tag: Hanson Aggregates

This mobile crusher at Graniterock’s A.R. Wilson Quarry in Aromas, California, is a sight to see. Weighing 750 tons, the mammoth machine is said to be the largest self-propelled rubber tire crusher in the world. Learn more about “the Krupp,” as Graniterock’s employees lovingly call the crusher, in the March 2019 edition of Portable Plants, sister magazine to Pit & Quarry. Photo: Aaron Witt

Quarry Faces: February 2019

March 7, 2019By

Snapshots from around the aggregate industry.

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To increase scalping efficiency, the Hanson operation installed Armadex custom rubber sections to the second step – with the third step soon to follow. Photo courtesy of Polydeck

Super-duty scalping at Hanson Aggregates

January 18, 2019By

A customized synthetic media solution delivers big benefits in a high-impact, high-wear scalping application for a top producer.

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Hanson Aggregates - Penns Park Quarry Conveyor, Newtown, Pennsylvania. Photo: Zach Mentz

Inside Hanson Aggregates’ Penns Park Quarry

December 21, 2018By

Take a look at the 900-ft.-long conveyor that kept a Hanson Aggregates operation In Pennsylvania moving along.

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Hanson Aggregates donates reclaimed mine property

October 30, 2018By

A South Carolina site donated about 200 acres of reclaimed wildlife mine property to a wildlife rescue organization.

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Photo by Zach Mentz

How Hanson and a waste service company work together

August 13, 2018By

Hanson Aggregates and Republic actively collaborate on a site outside of San Diego where mined cells are quickly transitioned to landfill.

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Where quality control starts at Hanson Aggregates’ Santee Rock Plant

May 23, 2018By and

Eddie Chapman, quality control manager of Hanson Aggregates’ West Region, takes us inside Hanson Aggregates’ Santee facility outside of San Diego.

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How Hanson Aggregates’ Santee Rock Plant approaches safety

May 23, 2018By and

Eddie Chapman, quality control manager of Hanson Aggregates’ West Region, walks P&Q through the company’s philosophy on safety at its Santee facility.

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Photo by Kevin Yanik

Indiana quarry fortifies relationship with community

May 1, 2017By

A 50-year-old deck overlooking an Indiana quarry fortifies the relationship between the operation and its community.

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