Just wondering what everyone does with soil they excavate on simple paver job. We always try to use what we can when we're doing a renovation of some sort, but on a lot of our paver only jobs we end with a lot soil we have to haul away. Around here the only choice is to take it to the landfill. At $90 a ton this adds up rather quickly. Unfortunately we can eat the cost, and passing this cost on to the customer can dramatically increase the final bill. There is a recycle plant nearby by more often than not, they wont take topsoil. Especially if it has grasses and large stones mixed in it. This upcoming spring we are looking at picking up some property to construct a storage facility for our equipment and such. Ideally if we can get a property large enough we could stock pile extra topsoil until it is needed for another project. But in the mean time we're stuck with high estimates, and hauling the stuff to the landfill. To think.... I have to pay good money to move dirt from one part of the earth to another. Such a waste.