ReAgg turns unusable concrete waste and debris into usable materials for a variety of construction needs. We produce high-quality, recycled concrete aggregates by breaking down concrete rubble, removing any embedded items (such as rebar), and crushing the clean concrete into usable sizes for the construction industry.
Concrete is recycled by using industrial crushing equipment with jaws and large impactors. After the concrete is broken up, it is usually run through a secondary impactor and is then screened to remove dirt and particles and to separate the large and small aggregate.
Crushing concrete from an airfield Concrete recycling is the use of rubble from demolished concrete structures. Recycling is cheaper and more ecological than trucking rubble to a landfill. Crushed rubble can be used for road gravel, revetments, retaining walls, landscaping gravel, or material for new concrete.
In the process of crushing waste concrete, according to the working principle of more crushing and less grinding, it is necessary to carefully configure the concrete crusher equipment. Jaw Crusher, also known as concrete crusher, is usually used as the primary equipment for concrete crushing.
(secondary aggregates) from concrete waste. Concrete recycling plants carry out various processes, such as classification and separation of materials, crushing of concrete waste, and internal transport. The Outputs of the Subsystem The outputs consist of the principal products, the secondary products, the emissions and the residues or waste.
Concrete aggregate collected from demolition sites is put through a powerful crushing machine. The reinforcing steel is released and removed with magnets after crushing. It is then sorted into metal types, and is usually sold to be melted down for recycling elsewhere. Other sorting devices are used to remove small amounts of unwanted contaminants.
Reprocessing concrete into usable material is a form of waste treatment and you may need a waste management licence,a pollution, prevention and control (PPC) permit or an exemption. If you crush, grind or reduce the size of concrete materials a paragraph 24 exemption may be relevant to you.