STONE CRUSHING — including construction, repair or maintenance of all buildings, structures or equipment and the installation of machinery
This classification applies to the crushing or grinding of excavated or quarried materials, used asphalt or used concrete to produce products that will be retained on an 8-mesh screen.
If the crushed or ground products pass through an 8-mesh or finer screen, the crushing or grinding operations shall be separately classified as 1741(1), Silica Grinding.
Stone crushing or silica grinding that is performed in connection with sand, gravel or clay digging shall be separately classified as 4000(1), Sand or Gravel Digging, or 4000(2), Clay Digging, if 25% or less of the excavated material is crushed or ground. If more than 25% of the excavated material is crushed or ground, all crushing and grinding activities shall be separately classified as 1710 or 1741(1), Silica Grinding.
Mining or quarrying operations shall be separately classified.
Employees engaged exclusively in delivery of the finished product shall be separately classified as 8232(2), Building Material Dealers.
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Sand or gravel, or clay digging, mining or quarrying shall be separately classified.
Drivers and their helpers engaged exclusively in delivery of the finished product shall be separately classified as 8232(2), Building Material Dealers — commercial.
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