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Construction & Demolition Waste Recycling

“According to a report by the United Nations, the global waste management market is projected to reach $2.2 trillion by 2025, with the recycling of C&D waste being a key driver of this growth.”

Demolition waste recycling is an essential process in the construction and demolition industry, enabling the repurposing and reuse of materials like concrete, wood, metal, and brick.
The process of demolition waste recycling involves the collection, sorting, and processing of materials, removing contaminants and impurities before transforming them into new products. This approach helps to reduce waste, minimize the environmental impact of these industries, and promote sustainable development and a circular economy. Crushers play a crucial role in this process by breaking down large pieces of concrete, asphalt, and other materials into smaller, more manageable pieces. The crushed materials can then be reused in various applications, including as a base for new construction projects or as aggregate for roadways and infrastructure. The use of crushers in demolition waste recycling helps to reduce the demand for virgin materials, promotes a circular economy where waste is viewed as a valuable resource, and supports sustainable development practices.
The process for the reuse of C&D waste involves the use of stationary or mobile plants. The choice between a stationary or mobile plant depends on various factors such as the volume of waste generated, the location of the construction site, and the type of materials to be processed.

The Recycling Process

Stationary And Mobile Plants

We can provide a comprehensive range of machinery for demolition recycling and aggregates processing, catering to the entire industrial processing cycle. Our solutions include fixed, skid-mounted, and mobile options, tailored to meet the specific requirements of each customer. We provide both standard solutions and fully customized equipment suitable for any production and application cycle.
A stationary plant is a fixed facility that is designed to process C&D waste on-site. This plant typically includes equipment such as crushers, screens, and magnets that are used to sort, crush, and separate the different types of materials. The sorted materials can then be recycled or reused in various construction activities.
On the other hand, a mobile plant is a facility that is designed to process C&D waste at different locations. This plant is typically mounted on a truck or trailer, making it portable and easy to move between different construction sites. The equipment used in a mobile plant is similar to that used in a stationary plant, but it is designed to be more compact and mobile.

Recycled C&D waste can be used in a variety of applications, including road construction, building foundations, and landscaping.

C&d Waste Recycling Benefits

Increased Efficiency

Recycled materials can often be processed faster and require less energy than virgin materials.

Improved Quality Control

Recycled materials can be sorted and processed to remove contaminants and impurities that may be present in virgin materials.

Greater Flexibility

Recycled materials can often be used in a wider range of applications than virgin materials.

Reduced Transportation Costs

Recycled materials can often be sourced locally, minimizing the need for long-distance transport.
We can provide a comprehensive selection of aggregate processing machinery, catering to every stage of the industrial processing cycle. If you’re interested, please feel free to request the complete catalogue for more information.