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A History of Recycled Concrete

A History of Recycled Concrete

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...
Repurposing Recycled Concrete

Repurposing Recycled Concrete

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...
Concrete Aggregates: Lower Cost, Same Quality

Concrete Aggregates: Lower Cost, Same Quality

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....
Save time AND money on your next demolition project

Save time AND money on your next demolition project

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...