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The fully automated water recycling system uses and recycles about 14,000 gallons of water per minute to separate sand fines. Photo by Kevin Yanik

The industry reacts to the new WOTUS definition

January 24, 2020By

Aggregate producers were quick to weigh in on the Environmental Protection Agency’s replacement Waters of the U.S. (WOTUS) rule, which should ease the burden they felt from a previous definition.

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Luck Companies headquarters is located in Manakin-Sabot, Virginia. Photo by Kevin Yanik

Luck Companies earns unique workplace distinction

December 20, 2019By

An annual study found the aggregate producer is among the U.S. workplaces where employees are most proud to work.

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Photo: Mark Williams, Luck Companies

Luck Companies veteran Williams earns environmental award

December 6, 2019By

Mark Williams, environmental manager at Luck Companies, was presented with the award during NSSGA’s Legislative & Policy Forum in November.

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Luck Companies' Mark Williams. Photo courtesy of Luck Companies

P&Q Profile: Luck Companies’ Mark Williams

January 15, 2019By

P&Q catches up with Mark Williams, the environmental manager at Virginia-based Luck Companies who was recently recognized with a national leadership award.

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Luck Stone looks back, ahead to 2019

December 10, 2018By

John Pullen, the chief growth officer at Luck Companies, shares his perspective on the year ahead for the aggregate industry.

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Photo: Allison Barwacz

Luck, Nye, Sandbrook and Squires enshrined in Hall of Fame

March 6, 2018By

Four aggregate industry leaders joined the ranks of the Pit & Quarry Hall of Fame during an induction ceremony in Houston.

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P&Q Hall of Fame Profile: Charles S. Luck III

February 14, 2018By

Charles S. Luck III, a selfless leader, lifted Luck Stone to new heights while putting his employees and communities first.

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Luck Stone extends reach with distribution yard

Luck Stone extends reach with distribution yard

February 13, 2018By

Luck Stone opened a new 55-acre yard in the South Hampton Roads region of Virginia.

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