If you are considering buying stone for a construction project, there are more options than just limestone or gravel.
Steel slag is a good alternative, due to its natural strength and cubical interlocking shape. It is widely used as a fill material in unpaved areas such as driveways, walkways, low-spot repairs, livestock loafing areas, ditch back-fill and on-farm slag pads.
For chip and seal on roads, steel slag used in tandem with a binder sets very hard, extending the life of rural roads.
Our material achieves a nice finish or top coat for landscaping projects near shrubbery or plants.
Crushed rock can also be used as a sub-base material for roads or in water line fill.
Slag is also very efficient at drainage, whether for culverts or riprap in protecting against soil erosion near waterways.