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What is the cost of sand by the ton?

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Actually in the US is the cost of sand is about $11-13/Ton.
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Sand is expensive to get, but if you contact the county that you live in, you should be able to get 3-4 loads of sand for free. If you have to pay for it, through another source,
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Sand costs from $45-60 per yard.
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1. Multiply the total number of tons by 2,000 to convert the unit of measurement from tons to pounds. Therefore, if you have four tons of sand gravel, it would equate to 8,000 pounds
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