Arizona rock products assn.


AZ Rock Depot does not pick up material. Returning materials is the responsibility of the customer. AZ Rock Depot is not responsible for any damage caused by truck, including cracked or damaged concrete, Driveways, water lines, underground utilities, landscaping and anything else on property. The Arizona Rock Products Association has been providing representation for 38 member companies involved with the production of aggregates, asphaltic concrete, ready mix concrete, 916 West Adams Street • Phoenix, AZ 85007-2732 (602) 271-0346 Fax (602) 255-0363 • www.azrockproducts.com The Village Rock Shop of Sedona is a retail business that literally rocks — in more ways than one — as a specialty shop focused on the geology and energy of rocks, crystals, gemstones, minerals, fossils, meteorites and other stones. The ARIZONA ROCK PRODUCTS ASSOCIATION (ARPA) is a trade organization, that for over 60 years has represented companies producing nearly all the aggregate materials in the State of Arizona. In 1854, in Ajo, Arizona, the Arizona Mining and Trading Company launched the modern era of hard-rock mining. A burgeoning mining industry stimulated early growth in the Arizona Territory, and by 1864 nearly 25 percent of the male, non-native populace was prospectors. AZ Rock Depot does not pick up material. Returning materials is the responsibility of the customer. AZ Rock Depot is not responsible for any damage caused by truck, including cracked or damaged concrete, Driveways, water lines, underground utilities, landscaping and anything else on property. The I AM A MINER campaign was inspired by the Arizona Rock Products Association (ARPA) to raise awareness in the community, dispel misconceptions and introduce career possibilities to future generations. The operations of the Arizona Rock Products firms provided jobs for 7,745 industry workers and had a direct impact of $2.5 billion in 2017.