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25+ Years of Experience
Mark Velting is the owner of Full Circle Recycle. Mark worked with Velting Contractors for 26 years. In 2003, he and his son Mike Velting began on their own with a sandpit where they gained experience in screening & crushing many different aggregates.
Many who take in concrete & asphalt will not resale crushed aggregates. We have a clean concrete site with bin’s to keep our material dry for quality resale.
We saw the need for a closer drop-off of clean concrete and asphalt near town. We also offer a hard flat site for drivers and trucks to dispose concrete and asphalt at no cost.
We look forward to the opportunity to serve you at our location on Broadmoor Ave.
Licensed | Permitted | Insured
Though reusing crushed concrete dates back to ancient times, it was first recorded in 1860 in Germany. It became popular in the United States in the 1970’s though, as landfills near heavily populated areas started refusing to accept broken concrete. The problem was...
Over the last couple of weeks, we have encouraged concrete recycling and reuse of aggregates. That’s because they save you money, are much better for the environment, and are extremely versatile… but are there any downsides? Concrete aggregates are usually equal...
Full Circle Recycle is a fully licensed and insured concrete and asphalt recycler, but did you know we also take your yard waste, branches, and logs? When you are completing a construction or demolition project, trees, shrubs, and plants might get in the way. This...
Did you know that aggregates make up the largest volume of material in concrete? One of the first uses for recycled aggregate in the pavement was on the historic Route 66 in Illinois. Since then, this process has continued in at least 41 states. Why? Because recycled...
When you think of recycled aggregates, do you think of weaker or lower grade concrete? Then we have good news for you—neither is true. Studies have been done to test the quality of recycled concrete and the results show that it is equally as safe and reliable to use....
Do you have concrete or asphalt you need to get rid of? We will take it—for FREE! There can be a number of different costs associated with your demolition project, but concrete disposal does not have to be one of them. While landfill prices rise and regulations...
When dealing with demolished or renovated concrete, you can either dispose of what’s left or recycle it. Traditionally, after completing a project, you would bring the old concrete to a landfill for disposal. While this used to be the common option, now you can...
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What Our Clients Are Saying About Us
You have the cleanest hard surface to dump in Grand RapidsCharles
It was really easy to dump the concrete!Jim
Easy to dump and to buy the aggregates that I needed!Joseph
Excited for the opening in Ann St! It will be closer to my company!Bill