The Colorado Stone, Sand & Gravel Association is a committee driven association. It is through our members’ participation that we continue to be recognized as leaders in the aggregate mining industry. We appreciate your continued support and involvement!
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The mission of the CSSGA’s Education Outreach Committee is to create a better understanding among the citizens of Colorado regarding the importance of the aggregate mining industry. The Committee will collaborate with other local and national resources, as needed, to achieve this goal.Learn More
The mission of the Governmental Affairs Committee is to promote the growth and development of the Colorado aggregate and concrete industries through the advocacy of positive and permanent business friendly government laws and regulations; effective communication with our elected officials; and development of strategic partnerships to accomplish these objectives.Learn More
The mission of the CSSGA’s Land Use and Environmental Committee is to proactively identify and take appropriate action on issues deemed important to existing and future operations of CSSGA members. The Committee is dedicated to advancing and encouraging Colorado’s aggregate construction industries; providing information on legislative matters to the membership; building and enhancing positive relationships with regulatory and governmental agencies; and creating a better understanding among the citizens of Colorado regarding the importance of the aggregate mining industry.Learn More
The Safety Committee promotes excellence in safety and health by developing and implementing programs to meet the unique needs of the Aggregate and Ready Mixed Concrete industries; disseminate information on regulatory compliance and administration of health and safety programs, including training; providing operational input on safety and health issues to MSHA & OSHA as required; communicating and working with other committees in CRMCA & CRMCA, as well as NRMCA, NSSGA and other state association partners.Learn More