Gravel definition

Gravel means dredged materials with a diameter of at least 2 and less than 64 millimetres;

Examples of Gravel in a sentence

  • Attendance was taken with the following Town Councilors present: Peter Drapeau, Dale Macklin, Jerry Quirion, Ray Caron, Joseph Gravel, Jeff West, and Lee Trahan.

  • The following basic materials were used in the preparation of the mixtures:- recycled asphalt obtained by mechanical milling (R), (CesteKarlovac d.o.o.);- limestone (V), fractions 0/4, 4/8, 8/16, and 16/32 (Zvečaj Quarry – ARKADA d.o.o.);- gravel (S), fractions 0/4, 4/8, 8/16, and 16/32 (Motičnjak Gravel Pit – COLAS Hrvatska d.o.o.); Table 1.

  • Item 4 A (Discussion/Action regarding Gravel Pit municipal code) was removed from the agenda due to the ordinance not being ready at this time.MOTION: Commissioner Grover moved to adopt the May 10, 2017 Planning Commission Meeting agenda with the amendment Item 4 A being removed from the agenda.

  • Dave Kallas representative of Geneva Rock inquired about the use of the word slope in the proposed Gravel Pit Ordinance, whether the City means final slope or “operating” slope, which are two very different things in the mining industry.

  • Gravel shall be ¼” to 5/8” size and shall be dry, free of dust soil or foreign matter.

More Definitions of Gravel

Gravel means a rock fragment from 0.1 inches to 3 inches in diameter;
Gravel means streambed and streambank material ranging in size from 0.16 inches to 2.5 inches in diameter;
Gravel means a naturally occurring unconsolidated to moderately consolidated accumulation of rock and mineral particles, the dominant size range being between 4 millimeters and 75 millimeters, that has been deposited by sedimentary processes.
Gravel means an unconsolidated, natural accumulation of typically rounded rock fragments resulting from erosion, consisting predominantly of particles larger than sand, such as boulders, cobbles, pebbles, granules, or any combination of these fragments.
Gravel means stone screened from river sand or quarried, with 100 percent passing a ¾-inch sieve, in accordance with the 1984 edition of the Iowa department of transportation specification No. 4120.02 for Class B gravel.
Gravel means soil predominantly composed of rock particles that will pass through a 3-inch (75 mm) sieve and be retained on a No. 4 (4.75 mm) sieve.
Gravel means a natural occurring mixture of coarse mineral particles larger than 2.0 mm and smaller than 75 mm in diameter. Gravel is placed on the surface of a road to increase the load bearing capacity of a natural surface;