SANDAG addresses demand for quarry products
Last updated 11/29/2007 at Noon
The November 9 board meeting of the San Diego Association of Governments included a presentation by Crystal Howard of EnviroMINE on the need for more construction aggregate production in San Diego County.
“It’s going to affect everybody,” said San Diego County Supervisor Ron Roberts. “We have increasing demand with falling supplies and reserves, and we have a political system that makes it difficult if not impossible to be able to create these things.”
Construction aggregate is sand, gravel, and crushed stone which is processed from naturally-occurring minerals. Asphalt and conc...