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When you are looking for a stone supplier, nearby is better. And nearby, with no hassle delivery is best. Because our wide network of terminals, quarries, and supply locations cover much of the upper Midwest, Ozinga has the limestone you need in a location close to where you need it. And our ability to deliver it to you using our network of truck, barge, and rail means the coordination from order to delivery will be handled.

CA6

CA6 Base Stone

CA6

CA6 is primarily used as a base stone for roads, building pads, parking lots, and driveways. It is also commonly used as trench backfill.

3/4

3/4″ Bedding Stone

3/4

3/4" stone is ideal as bedding stone for underground pipe as well as concrete flatwork. It is also commonly used in ready mix concrete and drainage applications.

3

3″ Limestone

3

3" limestone works well for stabilized construction entrances. It is also used as backfill material for undercuts.

PGE

PGE

PGE

PGE is often used as subgrade under roads, for temporary roadways, and for site stabilization.

3/8

3/8″ Limestone Chips

3/8

3/8" chips work well for base under permeable pavers and as bedding for underground tanks. It is also used in asphalt.

Screenings

Screenings

Screenings

Screenings are best used as inexpensive backfill, base for pavers, and trailways paths.

1 1/2

1 1/2″ Limestone

1 1/2

1 1/2" stone is suitable for use in some concrete mixes and can also be used for railroad sub ballast.

1/2

1/2″ Limestone

1/2

1/2" stone is often used in concrete and as a subbase material.

Rip Rap

Rip Rap

Rip Rap

Rip Rap is a large stone designed to provide slope stability as well as erosion and channel flow control.

2

#3 (2″) AREMA Trap Rock

2

#3 Arema (American Railway Engineering and Maintenance of Way Association) Trap Rock is an extremely hard and durable rock that is used in applications where strength and durability are required. This material is typically used in railroad ballast applications.

1

#5 (1″) AREMA Trap Rock

1

#5 Arema (American Railway Engineering and Maintenance of Way Association) Trap Rock is an extremely hard and durable rock that is used in applications where strength and durability are required. This material is typically used in railroad ballast applications.

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