Boulder Sand and Gravel has been a leader in aggregate materials and services for over five decades in the Las Vegas valley and surrounding areas. We have become masters of consistency and quality that you can depend on.
The key to our success is our reputation and commitment to our customers. Our expertise and reliability are the foundation of our company.
Our goal now is the same as it was back then, to continue to set the standard for quality aggregate materials and services.
Boulder Sand & Gravel is an aggregate materials supplier and producer. At the Hollywood pit, we mine and process Type II gravel base. We recycle concrete and asphalt with native material to make a customer blend of different Type II gravel bases. Material accepted for dumping includes asphalt, concrete, and dirt.
Boulder Sand & Gravel is an aggregate materials supplier and producer. At the North 5th pit, we produce and recycle Type II gravel base. The products we supply include 100% recycled Type II blends. Materials accepted for dumping are asphalt and concrete.
Concrete recycling is an economically efficient way to dispose of concrete while avoiding high dump fees from the landfill and making a re-usable product. We allow dumping of clean concrete, uncontaminated concrete. We do accept concrete with rebar. We do not accept concrete mixed with wood, trash, paper, plastic, or organics.
We have a process of sorting, breaking, crushing, and producing a gravel base product from the broken concrete. We also can sort out the rebar and recycle that product. In terms of the overall environment, recycling concrete greatly saves energy compared to mining, processing, and transporting new aggregates. While not considered environmentally damaging, the large volume of concrete waste generated during demolition makes it difficult for landfills to accommodate.
Asphalt is the most recycled and reused material in the county. The asphalt is reprocessed into aggregate sized material to make gravel base or mixed in with recycled concrete and native materials to make aggregate base materials. By recycling asphalt, it avoids high disposal fees at landfills and creates a re-usable product.