C&D Recycling, Construction & Demolition Waste Recycling
From yesterday’s building materials into today’s new buildings.
Construction & Demolition Waste Recycling systems separate mixed construction demolition waste into material groups comprised primarily of aggregates, wood waste, metals, fibers, plastic grades, textiles and organics/soils.
Construction and Demolition recycling, usually called C&D Recycling,
Construction and Demolition recycling, usually called C&D Recycling, is created when buildings are destroyed or during the construction process. These materials include concrete, metal, brick, lumber, drywall, carpet, pipe, plastic, and other materials used in construction. C&D recycling materials account for around 25 percent of all materials that are processed through recycling centers. While the use of green building techniques has helped to reduce the amount of C&D materials, there is still a large amount of these items that must be recycled, creating the need for advanced construction and demolition processing systems.
Most often, C&D materials are accepted as mixed recyclables due to the large amount of time it would require to sort them. Construction and demolition recycling requires very heavy duty recycling systems because of the weight and size of the chunks of material. The Green Machine® C&D recycling equipment utilizes a number of different devices to separate these materials by type. This process includes grinders, screens, shredders, automatic optical sorting, air and water separators, and manual sorting to reduce the volume of waste and separate each commodity.
Once separated, these commodities are bundled and sent to paying markets for reuse rather than being sent to a landfill. The Green Machine® construction and demolition processing systems are constructed to be the most efficient and low-cost C&D recycling equipment on the market. They are heavy duty systems that can withstand the large volume and high weight of materials involved in demolition recycling.
We invite all interested customers to view a demonstration of our construction and demolition processing systems and to speak with us about their C&D recycling needs.
System Includes the Following Components
Construction and Demolition Waste Recycling Solution
Construction and Demolition Waste Recycling is building waste with sorting, get rid of, or crushed, the substantial majority can be made use of as renewable sources, re-use like: scrap steel, scrap wire, scrap cable, as well as various equipment as well as other metal scrap, after sorting, concentrate, re-melted once more after the crushing processing as well as production into various specs of steel; waste timber bamboo could be used to make synthetic timber; brick, rock, concrete along with other supplies via the crush, they can on behalf of the sand used in masonry mortar, plaster mortar, delighting in concrete cushion and so forth, could additionally be made use of to produce creating blocks, smooth road, brick, tiles along with other creating supplies lattice.
Demolition Waste is mostly crushed heavy fractions, like tiles, concrete, asphalt, soil and aggregates. The rest mostly consists of wood, RFD, rebar and metals. Construction waste that is much lighter mostly consists of waste materials, cardbord packaging, and rubble from a construction or renovation. It contains wood, paper, plastic, sand, metals, carpeting, glass, concrete, and aggregates. The compositions of these waste streams differs as the origin differs. Up to 97% of the total mass can be re-used in or as a product.
For the C&D industry several options are available. One of the most common reusable products in C&D waste flows are the aggregates. Clean aggregates can be reused as a foundation material in road constructions, as a gravel substitute in concrete or as a trenchfill material for road maintenance.
Although there are several kinds of separating and cleaning methods available for handling these aggregates, the windshifters are the most effective and popular way to handle this difficult job successfully.
With the use of a trommelscreen we can separate the fines from the aggregates before feeding them into a windshifter. With high pressure air blowers installed under the flow aggregates and the combination of the fast speed separation roller, the machine is able to reach high capacity and a high separation ratio to produce top quality cleaned aggregates
An additional sorting line it is possible to get much more out of your waste flow. sorting lines can separate your waste flow and produce materials like wood, metals, plastics, RDF, soil and aggregates. To see a machine in action click here.