Unwanted clean fill waste such as topsoil, clay, grass and stones can cause issues on construction and demolition projects if they’re not properly contained and removed. All these materials can easily be crushed, processed and given a new lease of life on other construction projects.
What is Clean Fill Dirt?
The term fill is a generic term for any kind of dirt material used to fill low areas. Though often made of subsoil, fill can consist of any material – sand, clay, gravel, and so on. The term clean fill simply means the material contains no contaminants. Fill dirt used in construction projects must meet specifications for gradation outlined by the project’s geotechnical engineer. The supplier of clean fill should be willing to certify in writing that the fill is virgin material from a
commercial or non-commercial source and that all materials in the fill dirt are natural and do not contain any additives or dangerous materials such as refuse, rubble, muck, metal, glass, wood or other foreign materials. If you have doubts about the dirt composition, have it tested.
We take the following sizes and volumes:
CAR TRAILER – SINGLE AXLE
CAR TRAILER – DUAL AXLE
FOUR WHEEL – SMALL
FOUR WHEEL – MEDIUM
FOUR WHEEL – LARGE
We have different prices for the following mixes.
Mix 1 Clay or topsoil – Clean and dry
Mix 2 Clay and topsoil – Mixed and dry
Mix 3 Clay and topsoil – Mixed and wet
Mix 4 Clay, topsoil, concrete, etc