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The MTP is combined with bitumen and aggregate before being trucked to site and applied in the same way as standard bitumen.

Councils adopt low carbon asphalt option

A leading asphalt producer has partnered with a resource recovery company to develop a low carbon asphalt, putting a new spin on the concept of recycled aggregates. Read more »
The QE341 offers users a more refined, robust unit with increased throughput.

Mobile Plant
Mobile plant complements contractor’s recycling ethos

With an emphasis on best practice, professional service and compliance with government and regulatory agency standards, UK-based Booth Ventures is fast developing a reputation as a leading waste management company, which is in turn being bolstered by the arrival of new mobile plant and equipment.
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CDE’s new advanced CD&E waste recycling plant, commissioned in Stuttgart, Germany.

Continent gets behind CD&E recycling capability

A new processing plant for construction, demolition and excavation waste has undergone final commissioning in Stuttgart, Germany. The plant has been installed by materials washing specialist CDE Global and includes a series of product developments aimed at improving the quality of recycled sand and aggregates produced from CD&E materials. Read more »
Typical product from the dual AC22.5GI air classifiers (Advanta engineered concrete sand).

From stockpile to sand

The availability of natural sand for concrete production is on the decline while so-called “waste” stockpile areas are causing problems for quarries. Rolands Cepuritis explains how the industry can solve this twin dilemma.
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Contractor AeC has successfully employed the Simex VSE 40 screening bucket to manage debris and waste from the demolition of buildings in northern Italy.

Screening bucket proves its mettle in C&D

A new model attachment has been successfully trialled as part of reconstruction efforts following a devastating earthquake.  Read more »
Two Bondi roads have been constructed with 83 tonnes of RCG – equivalent to over 460,000 stubbies.

Demonstrating the performance, cost-effectiveness of RCG

The quarrying and recycled aggregates industries are not the only sectors doing their part to conserve resources and make the most of recycling construction materials. The beverage sector has also demonstrated the benefits of using recovered crushed glass as a substitute for virgin construction materials. Read more »


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