Base course is characterized as layer of material immediately beneath the surface or intermediate course. It may be composed of crushed stone; crushed slag; crushed or uncrushed gravel and sand; or combinations of these materials. It also may be bound with asphalt.
Ref: 122272/2006-10-09

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