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The PC270LC-8 excavator was the first of Protranz’s vehicles to be fitted with remote control.

Going remote on hazardous demolition works

In what may well be a world first, a New Zealand demolition contractor has set up three Komatsu excavators for remote control operation following Christchurch’s devastating February 2011 earthquake. Read more »
The QI240 Prisec impact crusher works in conjunction with the Extec S-3 screen at ReRock’s recycling facility.

Recycling with Efficiency

Thanks to developing a solid relationship with distributor Crushing Tigers and Sandvik Construction, Demolition Technologies (DT) Specialized Services has been able to make its mark in Oklahoma’s demolition and recycling industry. Read more »
With the emergence of highly portable wheeled crushing and screening units, more producers are taking the equipment right to the material and processing it in-situ.

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Reprocessing C&D material with mobile plant

Even if your business is primarily focused on the extraction and processing of virgin quarry materials, there are benefits to be gained from considering recycled aggregates as an alternative income stream. Paul Smith explains why. Read more »
By introducing advanced processing systems for CD&E waste, CDE can change the perception of recycled sand and aggregates.

Are C&D waste recycling targets obstacles to growth?

A European framework for the recycling of construction, demolition and excavation materials appears to be on track, according to current statistics. However, as Peter Craven argues, these figures are endangering the perception and value of a much overlooked resource. Read more »
The Lokotrack’s dual-slope screen and radial return conveyor made it easy to operate in a closed or an open circuit.

Mobile impactor powers through recycled aggregate

A new Metso Lokotrack LT1213S mobile impact crusher with dual-slope screen has made a huge impact on its first job in the US, a highway recycling project near La Crosse, Wisconsin. Read more »
The M5000 was chosen for this project due to the remote nature of operations where three-phase electricity was not available.

Glass crushing project makes in-roads in wheat belt region

The quarrying and recycled aggregate industries are not the only sectors doing their part to conserve resources and make the most of recycling construction materials. As Chris Jeffreys reports, a local government initiative has also demonstrated the benefits of using recovered crushed glass as a substitute for virgin construction materials. Read more »


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