We take in concrete material

from demolition sites.

We offer the following material

TopSoil

Organic Compost

Aggregates

Recycled Aggregates

Aggregates

High Quality Aggregates

Clients often ask us to excavate their existing concrete slabs and foundations, and then process the materials through our crusher here on site. This produces scalping of 125mm which is suitable for a capping layer. By screening, we can produce other aggregates. We can crush any size between 40mm and 125mm.

Alternatively, you can hire crushing and screening equipment through our plant hire service.

Uses of Recycled Aggregates 

Recycled aggregates are a more sustainable way of acquiring aggregates for your construction projects. As we can process existing concrete slabs and foundations, we can ensure that you can recycle materials that would otherwise have been disposed.

There’s a wide range of uses of recycled aggregates including bulk fills, road construction, use in drainage and embankments. The fact that you can utilise recycled aggregates from your project ensures that you can use materials that would otherwise be disposed of for other projects.

Aggregates

Recycled 10mm Clean

Recycled 10mm Dust

Recycled 20-40mm Clean

Recycled 75mm Clean

Recycled 6F5

Recycled Type 1

Recycled Type 1

Road Plaining

40_20 Clean Stone

Type 1 Stone

All Weather Equestrian Surface

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Importance Of Recycled Materials

In a world where environmental responsibility is becoming more and more important, many businesses and organisations are focusing on more sustainable business practices. Recycling waste building materials is an example of a way in which you can improve the sustainability of your demolition or excavation projects whilst obtaining materials that you can re-use for a variety of other projects.

If you are considering recycling materials to create additional materials or to ensure that waste that is produced is crushed and screened instead of other disposal methods, then enquire today to find out more about our crushing and screening services.