Blog: Rock Chalk

Rock chalk: a cost-effective deep fill aggregate

Bulk fill rock chalk is ideal for use in the construction industry due to its strength, versatility, porous quality and cost-effectiveness. It is especially relevant in the current climate, where […]

Luke Haskell
Aggregates, Butser Quarry, Rock Chalk, Transport
Get your construction project back on track with TJ

2020 has certainly presented some challenges to the construction industry, with many projects being put on hold for much of the spring. Now that restrictions have been lifted, companies are […]

Luke Haskell
Aggregates, Construction, Haulage, Quarries, Rock Chalk, Sand
Comparing aggregates: limestone v crushed concrete

Type 1 limestone and Type 1 crushed concrete could be used for the same purposes, mainly as sub base aggregates to be used beneath highways and construction projects of all […]

Luke Haskell
Aggregates, Buster Quarry, Construction, Haulage, Muck Away, Rock Chalk, Type 1 Crushed Concrete, Type 1 Limestone, Waste Removal
What are aggregates used for?

Aggregates are used widely for many different purposes and across many industries. TJ supplies a range of aggregates to the construction, groundworks, agricultural, landscaping, farming and domestic markets. TJ’s aggregates […]

Luke Haskell
Aggregates, Buster Quarry, Haulage, Hythe Quarry, Rock Chalk, Sand
Get your garden winter-ready!

Discover the top 10 garden tasks to get done this autumn! Take advantage of the remaining light evenings and milder temperatures to get your garden ship shape and ready for […]

Luke Haskell
Aggregates, Buster Quarry, Grab Hire, Hythe Quarry, Rock Chalk, Sand, Skip hire, Waste
Butser rock chalk: ideal for construction

Rock chalk, which TJ source and supply from their quarry in Butser, Petersfield, is ideal for use in the construction industry  due to its strength, versatility, porous quality and cost-effectiveness.

Luke Haskell
Aggregates, Construction, Groundworks, Rock Chalk
All about Butser

Butser Quarry is known for its supply of rock chalk, but hadn’t been used for some years when TJ purchased it in 2017. TJ wanted to be able to supply their own aggregates to the construction industry and now with Butser Quarry fully operational, they are able to do so.

Luke Haskell
Aggregates, Rock Chalk, Transport