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Trusted provider of agricultural lime and industrial mineral materials

We are a preeminent construction aggregate, agricultural lime, and mineral filler supplier. Headquartered in Kittanning, Pennsylvania, Allegheny Mineral Corp. provides essential infrastructure materials such as crushed stone, industrial rock dust and agricultural lime to Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia.

Products

Standing Strong and Reaching Out

Allegheny Mineral’s guiding principles outline our commitment to our industry, our communities, and our environment.

Environmental Stewardship

Protecting our world and minimizing our footprint is of utmost importance.

Inventory

Our footprint provides an unmatched inventory availability our customers can count on to complete their project.

Customer-Centric

We succeed when our customers succeed. Our team supports our customers through the completion of their project.

Superior Products

Process innovation and state-of the-art equipment ensure the cleanest stone in our market.

Latest News

Habitat Construction

Habitat Construction

Allegheny Mineral recently completed construction of a lush wetland and lake at our Slippery Rock quarry. The over 9-acre wetland was planted with silky willow, black willow, arrowwood, and buttonbush live stakes. The native plantings will provide exceptional habitat for wildlife interested in visiting the 11-acre lake. The area has

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Relay for Life

Relay for Life

Allegheny Mineral and Snyder Associated Company employees beat fundraising goals once again during the 2021 Relay for Life. The team overcame reduced fundraising opportunities, due to COVID and CDC guidelines, and raised over $14,000 for the American Cancer Society. The relay team is already looking forward to 2022 and the

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Pick-Up PA

Allegheny Mineral and Snyder Associated Company employees recently participated in the Pick-Up Pennsylvania campaign. The team cleared trash from the 3-mile stretch of Barron and Swope Roads in Slippery Rock and Worth Townships. The cleanup yielded 15 garbage bags of primarily fast-food trash, plastic bottles and cans, 2 TVs, and

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