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Here’s a handy table to determine who much salt should be mixed with sand when you are in the “sand-priority” mode of snow and ice control operations. As an example, if you typically put up a 3,000 cu. yd pile by using 100 pounds of salt per cubic yard of sand, then you need 150 tons of salt. That equates to one bucket of salt mixed with 20 buckets of sand.
This page last updated on 1/9/13
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