Why Crush Construction & Demolition Waste?
Landfill tipping fees have been steadyily increased about 1% over the past years (see EPA). Tipping fees are important to consider as they typically increase as landfill capacity decreases. The difference in tipping fees regionally is correlated to landfill capacity, as the average tipping fee in Western states (up to $35.69) with more available space for landfills (e.g., Texas, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada) is less than half of the average in the Northeast (up to $74.75).
Reuse Material On-Site
Mixed demolition materials can be used as fill or back-fill material.
Reduce Disposal Costs
Your disposal cost won't go away unless you start recycling. Take less material to the dump.
Liberate and segregate rebar for a clean end product.
What Makes a RUBBLE MASTER So Special?
"What makes a RUBBLE MASTER a RUBBLE MASTER. The uniqueness of the compact size and the remote controlled oepration, combined with the diesel-electric power and the high outputs we achieve."
Dave Schielein, Ironhustler Excavating
Rebar Removal Made Easy
You have no control of what is in your feed material. RUBBLE MASTER impact crushers are optimized for dealing with the most burdensome parts of crushing demolition waste so that you can spend more time crushing.
RM impact crushers recognise jams and shut down the magnet belt before major damage can occur. This means you avoid long downtimes.
Ground-based access to magnet conveyor to resolve issues fast and safely.
Reversible Magnet Conveyor
You decide which side the steel is discharged.