Aggregates Recycling

On-site recycling to provide a sustainable alternatives for demolition wastes arising from construction sites

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From Demolition Waste to Recycled Aggregates

We specialise in taking construction materials from demolition sites and turning them into valuable resources for new construction projects.

With our extensive experience in dealing with all types of construction materials, we can offer a complete on-site aggregate recycling service that will meet all your needs.

Our goal is to not only provide you with a cost-effective solution, but also giving you a short-term revenue stream for your business. By recycling your construction waste, you’ll not only be reducing the amount of waste sent to landfill, but you can recycle materials for your projects, saving money and resources.

We understand the importance of sustainability in today’s world and that’s why we strive to provide a circular waste economy. We are committed to using the latest technology and methods to process your construction materials in an environmentally friendly way.

Don’t let your construction waste go to waste! Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you turn your demolition materials into valuable recycled aggregates.

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    Frequently asked questions

    What is Aggregate Recycling?

    It is the process of taking demolition wastes such as concrete or hardcore and repurposing it into recycled aggregates that can be used as an alternative to quarried material.

    There are several steps in the recycled aggregates production process. These being collection, crushing, sorting, screening, processing, and reuse.