We’re proud to be a company with a conscience

National has a long history of being a good neighbor & caring employer, and we are determined to carry that legacy into the future.

Here, safety is serious business.

To protect the welfare of our employees and our community, we stress the importance of safety in everything we do. Our most powerful tools are education and prevention, which is why National Lime and Stone supports ongoing training in best safety practices for all of its employees.

Saving resources for future generations.

As a company that’s been relying on natural resources for over a century, we feel a special responsibility to conserve. We believe in use without abuse, so we pay close attention to our impact on the environment and actively participate in finding ways to protect it.

National also works with its customers to help them minimize their impact on the environment. From smokestacks to waste-treatment facilities, we supply important products that help our customers reduce pollution and meet important environmental requirements.

Waste Minimization.

The National Lime and Stone Company’s clean hard-fill sites provide contractors and municipalities with an economical and sound environmental alternative for disposal of clean earthen materials, such as soil, stone, and concrete. The use of clean hard-fill sites minimizes the needless impact of these inert materials on the capacity and life of our local solid waste landfills and construction and demolition debris sites. By restoring these previously mined areas to original grade, the reclaimed property can be managed for future development or provide parks and other recreational land for local communities.

Good Neighbors.

As a local, family centered business that’s been around for over a century, long-standing relationships are important to us. We care about the people in our communities, because we live there, too. The National Lime and Stone Company actively works to establish and maintain open communications with residents in the towns and communities where we conduct business, and we are always happy to host tours and other educational opportunities for local school systems.