The recycling of materials generated in the construction of new infrastructure, buildings and residential communities as well as materials generated in the demolition process is a rapidly-growing industry that preserves both landfill space and finite resources. GIE serves professionals in this industry through Construction & Demolition Recycling magazine and CDRecycler.com.
M&K plants divert Construction and Demolition waste from landfill by separating the waste into materials such as Hardcore, Soils, Wood(s), Metals, Stone, Cardboard, Paper and Plastic at the lowest possible cost per ton.
M&K Construction and Demolition Waste Recycling Systems combine manual as well as automated sorting with the latest in feeding, screening & separation technology, allowing contractors to efficiently separate, sort and recover a wide variety of material types.
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MB`s crusher bucket in the demolition field allows for crushing, recycling and production of materials ready to be re-used directly on the same worksite, or sold. MB eliminates transport and disposal needs of materials from demolition of residential buildings, industrial structures, reinforced pillars and railway sleepers. MB provides immediate advantages, not only economic (elimination of demolition material handling and transportation costs), but above all eco-friendly.
Optimizing output in terms of economic value against the lowest possible costs per tonne. This is the short-term goal for every installation that Bollegraaf provides. The long-term goal is to ensure permanently low operating costs and achieve an optimal return on investment.
Kiverco specialise in the design, manufacture and installation of Construction and Demolition waste recycling systems. We can offer a C & D recycling plant that can be tailored to your unique recycling specifications. By combining our forward thinking design, use of latest technologies and high quality manufacture Kiverco can ensure the longevity of your C & D recycling plant and its maximum productivity potential.
Demolition gives a mental strong image, the act of destroying something is so powerful and it is certainly not for the faint of heart.
But there is another side to it, hidden away, and it is all the planning and organizing behind the scene. It is the sta
Cirrus Environmental can supply a range of noise measurement options for construction and demolition noise applications. These range from handheld sound level meters for taking noise measurements through semi-permanent noise monitors to permanently installed noise monitoring systems, all designed to be fully weather protected for reliable long term operation.
SSI understands the contractor’s need for versatile, reliable and robust shredding equipment that’s capable of taking on a variety of materials. SSI was once a contract shredding service provider, and we understand the need for robust, dependable machinery that can handle whatever the day brings it. We’ve got primary and residual shredding solutions for processors who need to handle anything from 5 to 100 tons per hour.
Effective solutions are constantly searched for in Construction & Demolition Waste (CDW) processing, but what if those solutions were right before our eyes?
Often it is just a matter of changing perspective and not only the obvious fact that CDW is not r
The growing demand for high-value secondary materials renders high quality recycling increasingly attractive. Thousands of tons of recyclable materials from construction and demolition (C&D) activities are sent to landfill every day, resulting in increasingly higher costs - and lost profit.
The job site is located on a mountain top, or a remote island, or historical center, or an urban area.
With such an introduction, first things that comes to a contractor mind are complexity and cost, daily unforeseen circumstances and perhaps delays. Out
ENTACT is the industry leader in the management and treatment of heavy metal impacted soil, sludge, and debris. Approximately half of the projects we have completed over the past 21 years have involved metals. These projects have included soil and sediment removal, residential cleanups, smelter closures, earthwork/mine reclamation, and decontamination and demolition of mine and mill structures at both active and abandoned facilities. ENTACT holds seven patents related to treatment of heavy metal impacted materials.