Cotati, CA, November 18th, 2019- With 2 major fires happening in Sonoma County in the past 2 years our community has learned a lot about our strength, grit, and courage. It’s these times when we all come together to help each other out that shows what we are truly made of.
In response to the need for a place to take in and recycle the rubble from the Kincade fire, Soiland Company is offering free concrete rubble tipping to those who are in the process of clearing out their burned property. Cleanup contractors can drop off clean concrete foundations, driveways and walkways at the Stony Point Rock Quarry location in Cotati any time during the week from 7:00am to 3:00pm.
During the cleanup of the 2017 Tubbs Fire Soiland Company took in more than 340,000 tons of concrete and recycled it into Class 2 Recycled base. This recycled base from the North Bay fires is now being used all throughout Sonoma County on projects like the new communities being built in the area, local high schools, and the Highway 101 HOV lane being built from Petaluma to Novato.
Stony Point Rock Quarry is located at 7171 Stony Point Road in Cotati. Founded by Marv Soiland in 1962, Soiland Company is a second-generation family business based in Sonoma County. They manufacture and sell aggregate rock, soil, compost, and mulch products from three locations: Stony Point Rock Quarry in Cotati, Grab N’ Grow in Santa Rosa, and Soils Plus in Sonoma.