Recycling WRAPped up at RMC

15th November 2004

The first GIPO Combi RC 100 C mobile impact crushing and screening unit in the country has started work at RMC's Costessey Quarry, near Norwich.

Primarily funded by a £111,000 grant from WRAP (the Waste and Resources Action Programme), in its first year it is estimated that the crusher will process approximately 100,000 tonnes of construction, demolition and excavation waste as well as materials such as returned concrete, asphalt and glass. The resulting processed aggregates will be utilized in asphalt and concrete production as well as for sub-base and capping materials.

The machine will be operated predominantly in the Norfolk and Cambridgeshire area where RMC have established recycling centres. In the medium to long term the company plan to offer its services to customers involved in major demolition contracts.

 

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