Ruschita is the most famous marble deposit in Romania, put into operation by the end of XIX century. The quarries develop into a mountain terrain between 600 and 850 m altutude in southern Poiana Rusca Mointains, Caras-Severin, operating in a perimeter of 43 hectares. Main mining products are blocks - the raw material for processing ornamental and decorative products and crushed marble - micronized particulate raw material.
Inatalled production capacity is 20,000 cubic metres marble blocks per year.
Marble is a crystalline rock formed from sedimentary carbonate rocks, metamorphosed under conditions of temperature and high pressure. Ruschita presents a variety of colours: yellowish, orange, light pink and pink mostly with veins and compact texture.
Over the last 10 years, Ruschita marble has been successfully used in many projects around the world, in this way Ruschita marble has gained prestige and recognition in famous projects: Kowloon Station (Hong Kong), Ardmore Park (Singapore), Marunouchi Center, Soka Building and Roppongi Asahi TV (Japan), or in some exquisite works such as Sultan of Brunei’s Bathroom, Gianni Versace’s House of Miami, BBC Headquarter from Mannheim – Germany, Vila Rebeca –Miami USA or Michael Schumacher’s villa in Monte Carlo.