In 2012, Graye and Grant Peak purchased part of the old M & M Stone Quarry property and creatively turned the property into a concrete, asphalt & hard construction debris recycling center.
Our yard is open Mon-Fri 7:30 am – 4:30 pm.
3199 Quarry Rd
Telford, PA 18969
- No appointment is necessary.
- We accept payment by cash or check.
- Customer accounts can also be setup in advance.
- Check-in is required at the office or shop upon arrival.
Our quarry location is accepting clean soil, dirt, concrete, asphalt, unpainted bricks, block, stone, and other materials deemed to be Reclamation Fill by the PADEP. The restoration of land productivity is an important, integral part of restoring our former quarry. The ultimate revegetation of the area by tree cover stabilizes an ecosystem for the long term via their positive effects on soil quality, improving both potential commercial and aesthetic values.
Reclamation Fill refers to uncontaminated, non-water-soluble, non-decomposable, inert solid material including: soil; rock; stone; gravel; unused bricks (provided no painted surfaces); block and concrete (provided no painted surfaces); block and concrete containing metal internally, which shall mean that all metal shall be removed from the surface of the block and/or concrete so that only rebar or other metals that are embedded in the concrete remain; and incidental asphalt in an a mount of 25% or less on average in any one load by volume.
When quarries have no more aggregate to mine, reclamation begins so that the quarry can be restored for the benefit of the public and the environment, with concurrent reclamation to occur along the way.
Environmental stewardship is designated as a major focus area of the United States Department of Transportation (DOT) strategic plan. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), environmental stewardship is the responsibility for environmental quality shared by all those whose actions affect the environment.
The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) supports and promotes the use of recycled highway materials in pavement construction in an effort to preserve the natural environment, reduce waste, and provide a cost-effective material for constructing highways. In fact, the primary objective is to encourage the use of recycled materials in the construction of highways to the maximum economical and practical extent possible with equal or improved performance. As part of the FHWA recycled materials policy, the FHWA actively promotes asphalt pavement recycling and technology.