Tag: national stone sand and gravel association

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EPA, U.S. Army propose new WOTUS definition

December 11, 2018By

The U.S. Environmental Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Army proposed a new definition of “waters of the United States” that clarifies federal authority under the Clean Water Act, the agencies say.

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Bill Ford

Former NSSGA VP dies

September 20, 2018By

William “Bill” Ford, former senior vice president of the National Stone, Sand and Gravel Association (NSSGA), has passed away.

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NSSGA names community relations award recipients

February 9, 2018By

The National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association (NSSGA) named eight recipients of its Excellence in Community Relations awards.

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Optimism reigns as ConExpo-Con/Agg ends

March 14, 2017By

Nearly 128,000 people attended ConExpo-Con/Agg 2017 over the course of five days, visiting vendors across a show-record 2.8 million net sq. ft. of exhibits.

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Geraghty retires, Matson assumes president and CEO role

Geraghty retires, Matson assumes president and CEO role

March 25, 2016By

Jerry Geraghty, president and CEO of Rogers Group Inc., announced his retirement from the company. Darin Matson, who […]

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Zatezalo is expected to take a different approach to the position than his predecessor, Joe Main (pictured), who was previously head of the United Mine Workers of America. Photo courtesy of MSHA.

Main discusses mine safety improvements at NSSGA Convention

March 23, 2016By

Joe Main, assistant secretary of labor for the Mine Safety & Health Administration (MSHA), highlighted improvements that have […]

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Drone enhances producer’s inventory control, safety

March 10, 2016By

Tracking construction material inventories on a widespread aggregate site can be a daunting proposition – and a dangerous one. […]

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2016 aggregates forecast

February 10, 2016By

Download the National Stone Sand and Gravel Association’s “U.S. National & State Aggregates Forecast: 2015-2020.

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