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ERO uses water jets to disassemble concrete and sucks up the mixed debris.

Enviro deconstruction robot offers exciting possibilities in recycling

Meet ERO, an environmentally conscious concrete deconstruction robot designed to disassemble reinforced concrete structures and enable the building materials to be re-used for new pre-fabricated concrete buildings. Read more »
Simex crusher buckets are designed to work with waste reduction and disposal on restructuring jobs and small demolition jobs.

Breaker, tools supplier embraces three principles of recycling

A supplier equipment's range of demolition and recycling tools is ideal for the reuse of building materials in roadworks and earthworks. Read more »
Figure 1a. Improved methylene blue method.

Improving concrete usage via testing of manufactured sand

Due to the decline in the availability of natural sand, the quarrying and aggregate industries worldwide have explored the viability of manufactured sand for concrete production. Lukasz Debny, Tasha Eagle and Leon Bablouzian explain how new innovations are being employed to test the cleanliness of fines in manufactured sands. Read more »
BMI is crushing and grading various C&D materials at its Acacia Ridge site with a Kleemann MR 130 ZS EVO tracked impact crusher and a Mobiscreen MS 19 D.

C&D operation turns to new mobile options

A Brisbane C&D operator rolls out Kleemann units at its Acacia Ridge location. Read more »
The AA Langlois mobile circuit is currently producing a 0-70mm end product at up to 150toh.

Recycling in the Channel Islands

A recycling contractor is leading the way in the budding recycled aggregates market in the Crown dependency of Jersey. Read more »
Wonjin Construction's Powercrusher PC4 at a site in Andong, along the construction route of the new Highway 30.

Mobile crushers make mark in Korea

South Korea’s south-eastern region is experiencing unprecedented levels of infrastructure progress and expansion. Two mobile crushing units are playing important roles in that growth. Read more »
Queensland demolition and recycling business Envirosite uses daily reports from the Hyundai Hi-Mate system fitted to its new 23.5 tonne Hyundai excavator to position itself for further growth.

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Remote monitoring system positions demolition company for business growth

A recycling and demolition contractor’s latest equipment purchase has been aided by the inclusion of a remote monitoring system that keeps track of how the machine is performing. Read more »
Delta's Hitachi excavators account for 60 per cent of its fleet.

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Delta force deployed to former hospital site

Delta Group, one of Australia's foremost civil construction, demolition, recycling and construction hire companies, is playing an influential part in the construction of a major cancer research facility. Read more »
The crushing plant location was dug in to sit below ground level. This suppresses noise, reduces dust levels and saves fuels, with loaders no longer having to haul material up to the hoppers, which are now at the same level as the road.

Recycling plant crushes energy concerns

You might think a recycled aggregates company could excuse itself from undertaking other sustainable initiatives because it is already "doing the right thing" environmentally. Not the Alex Fraser Group, whose entire ethos is to "make carbon history", which it is demonstrating daily. Read more »


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