Recycled Concrete

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Florida Concrete Producer Named Zero Waste Facility

The Pennsuco Complex in Medley diverted 99 percent of its materials from landfill... More

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Recycled Concrete Aggregate

Recycled concrete can be used as aggregate for new concrete, so say researchers... More

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New Law Will Help Propel Use of Recycled Concrete

Starting next year, the Washington State Department of Transportation must use an... More

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Keeping It Clean

Cast stone offers environmental benefits with self-cleaning cement. More

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World of Concrete 2010

Everything you need to know about the most important industry event. More

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World of Concrete is Around the Corner

Events galore, Feb. 2-5, in Las Vegas More

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Buying Responsibly

Environmentally friendly products for your projects and operations. More

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Secret Ingredients

Specialty aggregates help producers succeed in niche markets. More

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Sustaining our Industry
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Recycled Aggregate for Structural Concrete

Q. We are in the early planning stage of a major commercial project. During site preparation, the general contractor will require us to demolish and crush a large quantity of existing concrete used in the structure and pavement. In fact, looking through our records, it appears we supplied the concrete on the original project. The owner's engineer has asked us to develop a proposal in which we offer a concrete mix design that includes using this crushed concrete as aggregate. Are there any guidelines or resources that can help? More

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