Recycling concrete is a cost-effective way to increase profits, so why doesn’t everyone do it? Much of the time, it is just a matter of not being sure what types of concrete CAN be recycled. If you don’t recycle concrete waste on your job sites simply because you’re not sure exactly what can be recycled when it comes to concrete waste, you really need to read this quick list, because recycling concrete can be easier than figuring out how your township wants you to recycle at your home!
Ready? There are four basic types of concrete waste that can be recycled:
- Concrete slabs and blocks – These are great to recycle because they can take up a lot of space. Plus, they are heavy, so it can cost a lot for disposal.
- Concrete rubble – If you’ve got a demolition site, you’ve surely got concrete rubble.
- Bricks and pavers – Leftover building materials can be repurposed for future construction jobs as well.
- Concrete slurry – Drewry Site Development can even make your jobs more hassle-free by helping you properly dispose of leftover concrete slurry, so that you can focus on your business at hand.
Getting it there is no problem either. Drewry Site Development offers various, conveniently located concrete recycling facilities, so just choose one near you; and if you can’t transport your concrete waste, just call us at 386-313-3220 to schedule it. We can come out and crush and separate your concrete waste for you too!