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WHAT WE MEAN BY "DIRT"

utah clay

CLAY: Stiff, sticky, clumpy soil, usually red, yellow, or gray in color. Not good for landscaping or gardening.

utah concrete asphalt

CONCRETE / ASPHALT: (1) New concrete or asphalt. (2) Demolition debris from highways, roads, driveways, sidewalks, etc. Sometimes used as fill or crushed into aggregate.

utah clean fill dirt

FILL (clean): Dirt (not sand) with little or no rocks. Not ideal for landscaping or gardening.

utah rocky fill dirt

FILL (rocky): Dirt (not sand) including large and small rocks. Not good for horticulture. Used to build up elevation for roads and construction sites.

utah gravel and rock

GRAVEL / ROCK: Gravel is aggregate rock of various sizes with very little dirt or sand. Rocks are large stones used for landscaping, fireplaces, rock walls, stone paths, etc.

utah organic waste

ORGANIC WASTE / COMPOST: Logs, branches, brush, leaves, grass clippings. Materials that can be, or have been, composted into soil.

utah sand

SAND: Fine, granulated rock (sand) such as is found on a beach or a playground.

SAND / GRAVEL MIX: Fine, granulated rock (sand) mixed with larger rocks up to approximately 3 inches in diameter. Sometimes called road base.

utah top soil

TOPSOIL: Loose soil, usually dark colored, rich with composted organic material. Good for landscaping and gardening.

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