Recycling asphalt is very profitable. When you process on-site using a mobile crusher you also save on transport costs. Like concrete, asphalt is a very valuable and versatile construction material. Large quantities of it accumulate every day. An RM mobile crusher processes asphalt all year round. Even in summer, when it is really hot.
Combinations with MS mesh screens or OS oversize material separators which screen asphalt to produce exactly defined final aggregate are popular here. There is a whole host of application opportunities, ranging from direct recycled asphalt production on site to save mineral and bituminous materials to filler material in major road networks.
Crushing 10,000 tons of asphalt in the city
Inner-city sites are always a challenge in terms of logistics. Not only with regard to the working spce, but also because of material transport. Transporting the material away from the built-up urban area would not have been a viable option due to the traffic situation.
The largest Danish demolition company specialises in the crushing and reuse of construction materials directly on site. “With the combination of the RM 100GO! and MS100GO! screen we can recycle 700 m3 of asphalt to 0-16 mm aggregate in a single pass on a daily basis. Economy and efficiency were the key criteria
New line of business: crushing asphalt
A different job site every day, different materials and challenges every time – that’s daily business for this asphalt processing contractor. The Bavarian decided to go for a mobile RM 100GO! crusher in combination with a mesh deck screen and refeeding belt, which turns out to be a very profitable solution.
Recycling is profitable as of two days' use per month
Demolition, asphalt and concrete have been among the services this company offers for a long time. We have expanded our business operations by recycling asphalt, concrete and C&D waste using a mobile crusher. The investment in the RM 70GO! quickly turned into a profit and saved us expensive depot fees.
Growing together and changing a business
A paving contractor used to be a small business in Lyndhurst, NJ, right on the edge of New York City, trying to make ends meet. All that changed on one day in 2005, when they got to know RUBBLE MASTER at the CONEXPO Show in Las Vegas.