Aggregates: Natural aggregates include sand, gravel, and crushed stone. Antimony is used principally for flame retardants as well as in ammunition and used to make glass, ceramics, enamels, fiberglass, make water softeners, soaps and detergents. . Mica: Mica minerals commonly occur as flakes, scales, or shreds.
This tectonometallic and sedimentary basin includes antimony, arsenic, copper and graphite, PGE associated with gold, niobium and platinum, micamuscovite, barite, bentonite, fluorite, graphite, gypsum, kyanite, quartz, talcsoapstone,
The Chitral-Tirich Mir zone represents antimony from Krinj, Partsan and graphite from Shah Salim, Momi, Muzhigram village and Burzin valley; Timurgarha Dir; micamuscovite from Khadan village north of Chakdara in road; Landakai at boarder of Malakand-Saidu Sharif and near Tindodog in Swat; talcsoapstone.