Recycling C&D waste and then reusing it has proven to be a fast growing field of application over the last few years. The extremely high-quality, cubic aggregate can be used in a variety of ways: for example as substructure material for roads or flooring, filling sewer trenches and cellar excavations.
It can also be used as aggregate in green roofing, in filling for uneven land and even as insulation material for district heating lines. There is no end to the application opportunities! Especially in connection with RM options such as the magnetic separator, you can produce first-class recycling material.
Diesel-free with RM 120X hybrid
Taha Zahir in Kfar Quasem, Israel has been using his second RM machine – an RM 120X – since September 2020. He processes C&D waste in an enclosed hall to produce road substructure. The lowest possible dust and noise emissions were key concerns for Taha Zahir.
KIBAG Group builds on RM Service
First-class service, low diesel consumption and reliable performance even at temperatures above 40 °C persuaded the Swiss KIBAG RE AG to purchase an RM 120GO!. The compact crusher processes concrete and C&D waste for concrete production in the canton of Zurich.
We crush everything that can be crushed!
The Swiss company Loretz SA has been an RM customer for around seventeen years. Back then, the construction company started with an RM80 and later acquired a RM 100GO! They are currently using a compact RM 120GO! crusher unit to process a wide variety of materials on site.
A milestone in recycling
Waste separation, recycling and recycling management – all of this is still completely new in Cancún. It is therefore all the more gratifying that the municipality in Cancún, together with RUBBLE MASTER, is implementing a project that is so far unique in promoting the recycling of C&D waste and concrete.
Growth thanks to efficient RM crusher
The easy operation and fast availability of RM impact crushers were convincing arguments for Eddie Wannop. The increase in orders recently led to the purchase of an RM 90GO! crusher. The english construction company can now fulfil customer wishes with the usual high level of quality even faster.
RM 90GO! on the legendary Route 66
The RM 90GO! operated by Billy Todd – Owner of “108 Excavating” in Flagstaff/Arizona, USA, had its début in a truly historical location: a hotel on the legendary Route 66. The job involved processing and recycling the demolished material on site.
Calm crushing in London's city centre
Reducing noise, emissions and dust is the main goal of the Clean Air Action Plan in London. That is why many demolition companies rely on the RM 70GO! 2.0 mobile crusher, because it fulfils the legal requirements and is easy to manoeuvre even on the smallest inner city job sites.
RM wind sifter generates new business
High end aggregate quality, wide variety of application opportunities and quick and easy transport are the most important requirements in contract processing. And this is precisely what the RM 100GO! of Frühwirth GmbH offers. The new RM wind sifter produces even purer end aggregate which in turn generates new orders.
RM Wind Sifter Increases Product Quality
The RM 90GO! is the second of RUBBLE MASTER’S mobile impact crushers to be bought by a Spanish family-owned company. The built-in wind sifter, which ensures an even better quality of final product, played a crucial role in the decision.
90% onsite recycling rate on city centre site
The RM 70GO! solved the problem of removing demolition material in a small, contained inner city environment. The compact mobile crusher processed 600 tonnes of aggregate in central Manchester per day. At the end the customer saved £13,840.00 within two days through onsite recycling
RM 100GO! goes to Finland
Recently an RM 100GO! with a wind sifter started to crush C&D waste at a recycling site in the south of Finland. Thanks to the new RM 100GO!, which is already the second machine bought by the customer, and a new environmental license, the company can now grow its recycling business.
City construction sites are no problem
Construction sites in the city are a challenge. Thanks to its compact size, the RM 70GO! squeezes into tight spaces and saves on high transport costs. The old material is processed on site to make new materials. A triumph for the environment, without the noise of transport at night.
New routes in road building
Road building sites need flexible crushers where they enjoy a total win-win situation: local street maintenance services spend less on buying materials and less material needs to be stockpiled. That’s how you really save money.
Less dust and noise with RM at Ground Zero in New York
Ground Zero in New York is an awe inspiring location demanding that the recycling company keep noise and emissions as low as possible. Properties that the RM 70GO! possesses even while producing at high outputs. The crusher is completely at home despite the restricted space.
Recycling at your own recycling yard
What started as a florist’s shop in 1959 is today a road building and construction business with 40 employees. The company processes the demolition waste generated in road building and building construction at its own recycling yard. After renting for some years, they finally purchased an RM80.
Transport and excavation firm processes C&D oversized grain
The German haulage and excavation company had been hiring RM Compact Crushers for a number of years. When they decided to invest in a crusher of its own, the first thought was: it has to be an RM crusher! The RM 80GO! impresses with its flexible characteristics, its straightforward handling and being ready
Trash depot is American gold mine
An American businessman based in New Jersey/USA understood how to respond to needs rapidly. The RM 80GO! enabled his firm to enter into C&D waste recycling and open up a new, profitable line of business to expand the range of services offered at the trash depot.
New line of business: recycling C&D waste materials
Valuable construction and demolition debris asking to be used again. A container service firm chose the RM 60 with which they very soon found their way to a profitable 10,000 tons a year of C&D waste. This was processed to a final product with a quality much appreciated by their customers.