What can the crushed product be used for?

The Economics of recycling concrete

  • Produce specification sized recycled aggregates at your location
  • Avoid haul-off costs and landfill disposal fees
  • Eliminate the expense of aggregate material imports and exports
  • Increase project efficiency and improve job cost – recycled concrete aggregates yield more volume by weight (up to 15%)
  • Minimize impact to community infrastructure by reducing import and export trucking

1. Back fill around a site
2. Roadways and Driveways
3. Type 1 mix
4. Type 2 mix
5. Capping and binding
6. Decorative aggregate for gardens
7. Vermin control measures (glass)
8. Size reduction on site- more efficient transportation costs
9. Waste reduction and recycling for removed aggregates and waste

What can you crush?

Bricks, concrete, glass, slate, granite, ceramics, all aggregate products

Recycled aggregates can be used in a variety of construction applications, such as:

bituminous (asphalt) road construction
ground improvements
earthworks – cuttings and embankments
utilities reinstatement
shallow foundations
shallow and deep foundations
buildings – residential and industrial

Recycled and secondary aggregates may also be used in a range of construction materials, such as:

  • concrete – coarse and fine aggregates mixed with cement and water
  • asphalt – coarse and fine aggregates mixed with bitumen
  • hydraulically bound materials – coarse and fine aggregates which set and harden when a hydraulic binder is added
  • unbound materials – materials ranging in size from fine grains to stony material