How Much Does a Cubic Meter of Soil Weigh?


The weight will vary depending on the soil’s composition. On average, one cubic metre of soil will have a (weight) density of around 1,600 kg.
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1 cubic meter of dirt weighs about 1.5 tonnes.
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