A Puslinch, Ontario, Canada, aggregate company will be extending hours of operations at one of its pits due to problems with meeting their annual extraction quotas.
While they previously rejected an application from Dufferin Aggregates, Puslinch council has conditionally approved the company’s request for an earlier start as long as their concerns about trucks tracking mud and stones into the road, as well as trucks parking on Victoria Road, are addressed.
Located at 4445 Victoria Road, the Aberfoyle Pit 2’s new hours will extend the company’s months of operation from November to Dec. 15 and allow trucks to start work an hour earlier at 7 a.m.
The most mined material in the world, aggregates are construction materials like sand, gravel, crushed stone slag, and recycled concrete that are commonly used in construction.
Read the full story in Guelph Today.