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 crushing of construction waste serves for the recycling of important raw materials. With the Mercodor crushing machines, the crushing of edge strips, concrete fragments, bath material, but also the crushing of sealing material, carpet edge strips or styrofoam and wallpaper rest rolls is no problem. Since, generally, the raw materials become more and more scarce, it becomes increasingly important to recycle the raw materials as much as possible when handling these resources.
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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