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How big a pile is ten yards of sand?

Updated: 12/19/2022

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One cubic yard is 27 cubic Ft. Ten cubic yards equals 270 cubic Ft. This will cover an area of 270 square Ft. one Ft. deep or an area of: * 1 Ft deep by 15 ft. by 18 ft. * 6 In. deep by 30 ft. by 36 ft. * 3 In. deep by 60 ft. by 72 Ft. A dump truck will leave a pile like a pyramid with the top lopped off, roughly three feet high and a footprint of about 11' x 13'.

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