Concrete Recycling Plant


About Concrete Recycling Plant (CRP)

Concrete re-cycling Plant plants are designed especially for the recycling of valuable aggregates and sand from discarded material as well as for the improvement of site environment. Strategic positioning of the Concrete re-cycling plant also enables all the local surface water on site to be collected and reinserted in to thew process.

What’s Concrete?

Concrete is a form of construction that can be used for a variety of purposes, such as building roads and housing.

1. Concrete is strong and durable

2. It is used to build roads in the winter when it’s too cold to use asphalt or tar

3. You can also use concrete to build a house, which will last for years if properly maintained

4. Concrete is easy to create if you have the materials on hand

Concrete is an excellent building material. It is strong and durable, and can be used in any number of applications.

One should consider using Concrete in their construction and design projects.

How’s Concrete Recycling Plant works?

When a truck has unused material for recycling it uses system water from the overhead flushing system pipes to flush clean and fill the mixer. At the same time the operator/driver can clean down the back of the truck using the refilled reserve tank on the truck. The truck is then discharged into the receiving hopper of the Mixed Particle Separator (MPS). Aggregate and sand are conveyed up the MPS which systematically removes cement using a specially designed directional high-efficiency contra-flow system and aggregates can then be transferred to a conveyor belt or discharged into the storage area for re-use. The water is taken off from the sediment for recycling and sediments are periodically pumped or dredged for disposal from the pit.


Why Concrete Recycling Plant?

I believe that recycling concrete is an important way to keep the environment clean and save natural resources.

When pieces of concrete are recycled, it keeps them out of landfills and reduces emissions into the atmosphere. This also keeps our planet clean for future generations to enjoy. 

If you agree, please stop by your local recycling center and recycle any concrete materials you may have on hand. For more information, ask at your local recycling center or contact your local public works agency.

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