Category Archive for: ‘Latest News’

Governors Island

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Using DunRite Fatty Clay for the cast of recycled aluminum, an architectural pavilion, Cast & Place was designed by Artist Scot Thompson and Team Aesop, winning the seventh annual City of Dreams Competition held on Governors Island The annual competition is hosted by FIGMENT, the Emerging New York Architects Committee of the American Institute of Architects New York Chapter, and …

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Sanding Ovations

Sanding Ovations Philadelphia Sand Sculpture

Using our Deluxe Infield Mix, Sanding Ovations created this sand sculpture masterpiece for a convention in Philadelphia! Sanding Ovations sculpts commissioned pieces for clients such as the NFL Super Bowl, NCAA Final Four, the Outback Bowl,  Budweiser, Pepsi, Coca Cola, Frito Lay, SeaWorld, Disney World and Busch Gardens just to name a few. Learn more about Sanding Ovations >>   …

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The 100th Annual NJ State League of Municipalities

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DunRite Sand & Gravel will have a booth at the 100th Annual New Jersey State League of Municipalities Conference, held at the Atlantic City Convention Center from November 17th-19th, 2015. Visit our booth and learn why DunRite “digs” New Jersey. To view our event flyer, click here. The Conference is an invaluable learning experience. Delegates have the opportunity to learn and …

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DunRite Solar Energy Array Now Operational

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In order to minimize its carbon footprint DunRite turned an otherwise minable field, at the Vineland facility, into a 6800 panel, 1.6 mega-watt solar array. 80% of DunRite’s power needs are being met by using this alternative energy source. Using solar power will result in reduced consumption of fuels and a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions and pollution. “Many businesses …

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Millville American Little League Letter

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Read the Millville American Little League Letter here.

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DunRite Sand & Gravel Reduces Carbon Footprint

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In order to minimize its carbon footprint Dun-Rite is turning an otherwise mineable field, at the Vineland facility, into a 6800 panel, 1.6 mega-watt solar array. This will enable Dun-Rite to lessen its dependency on fossil fuels while helping reduce the peak demand on Vineland electric. The project, started in early march 2011, is expected to be complete by the …

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