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 Where is red granite mined?

Answer Granite is excavated from quarries all over the world. The country of origin can be determined by its color. Red granite typically comes either from Egypt or the U.S. Other colors in granite includ... Read More »
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Where is granite mined?

The first granite to be mined in the United States was in Vermont, during the 1700s. By 1900, there were at least 60 granite quarries in Vermont. Today, there is only one fully operational quarry i... Read More »
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Is formica granite less expensive than granite countertops?

Formica is less expensive than other countertop materials, including granite and marble. Formica is made of plastic and is regarded as a laminate while granite countertops come in the form of a sto... Read More »
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How are diamonds mined?

Natural diamonds are extracted from the earth in a variety of methods depending on the location of the mine. Because the situation and surroundings of every diamond deposit are different, five prin... Read More »
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How Is Sandstone Mined?

Sandstone is sedimentary rock composed of grains of sand that settles in one place, forms layers and combines with minerals. Sedimentary rock occurs from millions of years of sand settling on the b... Read More »
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