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List of Quarries in South Carolina

Finding a good quarry is very useful to help you find the best stone for your projects. If you live in South Carolina, you can find some popular quarries that are available in this area. Different quarries may offer different stone materials for their customers however, only Carolina Stone Supply brings them all together for easy shopping. Here are some recommended quarries that you can visit when you are in the South Carolina area. You can also use interactive maps to find these quarries.


DeFeo Materials is not associated with any of the following quarries





1. Sandy Flat Quarry


This quarry is very well-known among many people who are looking for natural stones in the South Carolina area. this company is specializing in producing natural stones, such as broken granite, crushed granite, etc. This quarry is operated under its parent company, Hanson Aggregates Southeast, Ltd.


2. Grassie Granite


Grassie Granite is one of the major suppliers for any commercial, residential, condominium, and any other properties in South Carolina. There are several products that you can find in this quarry, for example, sandstone, quartzite, limestone, travertine, marble, granite, sandstone, Silestone, vetrstone, Staron, oyster stone, etc.


3. Edgefield Quarry


This quarry is operated under the management of Martin Marietta. It is located in Trenton, South Carolina. This quarry is very well-known for its natural aggregates that are available in this place. It is available from Monday to Friday from 7 a.m to 5 p.m.


4. Buckhorn Quarry


This quarry is managed by the American Materials Company or AMC. This quarry is located in South Jefferson, South Carolina. Some popular products are offered by this quarry, for example, mortar sand, concrete sand, asphalt sand, gravel, unscreened topsoil, granite, limestone, recycled concrete base, etc.


5. Goretown Mine


The facility is limited to operating 18 hours per day in order to comply with S.C. Regulation 61-62.5, Standard No. 2. The owner/operator must record operating time daily and maintain these records onsite. Any increase in allowable emission rate must be approved by the Department and may require re-modeling to demonstrate compliance with the above listed standards. Reports of the operating time shall be submitted annually. This is a State Only requirement.


6. Oconee County Rock Quarry


The processing plant and the rip/rap plant are limited to operating 12 hours per day and 7 days per week and the No. 1 diesel engine is limited to operating 5 hours per day, 5 days per week (Monday through Friday) in order to comply with S.C. Regulation 61-62.5, Standard Nos. 2. The owner/operator must record the hours of operation daily for the processing plant, rip/rap plant, and the No. 1 diesel engine. Any increase in allowable emission rate must be approved by the Department and may require re-modeling to demonstrate compliance with the above listed standard. Reports of the OPERATING TIME shall be submitted annually. This is a State Only requirement.


There you have it, our shortlist of South Carolina quarries that we will add to for years to come. If you want a one stop shop instead of bouncing from quarry to quarry and dealing with their limited hours and product, contact us here at Carolina Stone Supply and speak with one of our friendly landscape design experts.





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