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Delta Group actively recycles over 85 per cent of all materials that it collects from its demolition projects.

Blending the old with the new

Delta Group leads the way in promoting alternative quarry products comprising C&D materials as quality rock deposits continue to narrow. Read more »
Washed copper slag (far left) is a proven substitute for sand in concrete.

Copper slag becomes substitute in concrete

Once disposed of as waste, copper slag is now an important substitute for natural sand in concrete. Read more »
A MR 100 Z tracked mobile plant crushing asphalt.

Mobile recycling plants located at the source

Just as tracked crushers and screens can crush rock direct at the quarry, so they can similarly be set up in recycling operations. Read more »
Earthbound Excavations currently run two Volvo EC210C excavators (example pictured).

Decontaminating the land for the future

Once earmarked for landfill, decontaminated soil can now be treated to return the land to working order. Read more »
The new facility comprises over 600 metres of heavy duty belt conveyors.

Recycling gets a concrete solution

Recycling specialist expands its operations with opening of a new facility in western Melbourne. Read more »
Crushed concrete.

Dry process for recycled concrete aggregate

Recycled concrete is often limited to low value applications, but a Japanese supplier has developed an effective process to enhance recycled concrete properties to meet high strength engineering requirements. Read more »
Developed for recycling, the QI240 is also suited to smaller quarries.

Crusher ticks all environmental boxes

The new Sandvik QI240 impact crusher is purpose built for durability on the worksite. Read more »
The FT4250 is part of the Fast Trax series of mobile processing plants.

Mobile Plant
On-call contractor doing it all

Through the versatility of the FT4250 mobile plant, a US contractor has easily been able to enter the concrete recycling market. Read more »
Electro magnets are suspended above the conveyor belt at different stages of the crushing cycle.

Removing reinforced steel from concrete

Reinforced steel rods pose problems and hazards in the recycling of concrete, but magnetic separators offer a solution. Read more »
Members of the Chinese Vice Ministry of Construction view the Sandvik QA340 tracked doublescreen.

Chinese embrace recycling market

Sandvik and a local demolition and recycling company lead the way in promoting the possibilities of recycling construction materials in the Chinese market. Read more »


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