recycled concrete

recycled concrete

Hardened concrete which has been crushed for re-use as an aggregate.
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Here one encounters a building created with ground-breaking technology: the new research and laboratory building for life sciences was built almost entirely using a ready-mix concrete produced with aggregates from recycled concrete.
As part of IAA's continued commitment to its environmental philosophy, the Austin site expansion incorporates enhanced sustainability features, including water reclamation technology for irrigation, recycled concrete and reclaimed asphalt.
The Texas Department of Transportation reuses around 1 million tons of recycled concrete each year, cutting down on the production and transportation of new material and reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 46,000 metric tons.
The WJC-2844 is capable of processing hard rock, recycled concrete, sand and gravel, and slag.
These designers exhibiting in zero have adopted and repurposed a wide variety of materials in their projects: cardboard tubes from print shops, clay, old tyres, bio-resin, fabric leftovers from tailor shops, metal tubes, plastic bottles, rubber, recycled concrete, reclaimed wood, crushed glass, sand, discarded objects and live plants.
Glow-in-the-dark concrete took the stage with new research in self-consolidating concrete, portland cement/limestone blends, and recycled concrete aggregates in ready mixed concrete, and it's all illuminating the future of cast-in-place.
Renewable bamboo flooring, central HVAC, Bosch stainless appliances, recycled concrete countertops.
The high standards are evident at the BACARDI rum distillery in Catano, Puerto Rico, where the Company recently constructed three new aging warehouses using tons of recycled concrete.
specifying the use of a portion of recycled concrete for new pavement building in 2012, the consultant said.
2004) and recycled concrete aggregates (RCA) (BS EN 8500-1 2006) are subjects of debate for application in bases and sub bases.
Handbook of recycled concrete and demolition waste.
Recycled concrete will see rising use, as concrete made with fly ash and other additives features superior performance properties and is less costly than concrete made solely from cement and aggregates.