clean aggregate

clean aggregate

Fine or coarse aggregate, free of such material as clay, silt, or organic substances.
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work includes clearing and grubbing; 1,447 sy of 2" layer of 2" clean aggregate base course; 4 ea guardrail transition section; 107 cy of excavation for structure; 2,244 lf of 14" cast-in-place concrete piles; 367 lf of sl-1 guardrail on bridge.
Clean aggregate is packed and labeled to be sent to concrete precast stations for reuse, while rebar is cleaned and cut, ready to be reused.
Under the porous asphalt coating is a bed of clean aggregate.
Supplied in 75kg plastic lined sacks, the modified cement mortar can be premixed with clean aggregate to help level depressions of up to 75mm depth.
But in order to achieve an acceptable level of metallic recovery and clean aggregate products, the manner in which material is presented to the magnet is important, and conveyors play an integral part in the process.
The use of pervious concrete pavement in these areas is acceptable provided the concrete is placed over a 4- to 8-inch thick layer of clean aggregate base.
Again, pervious pavement can be used in these locations provided the concrete is placed over a 4- to 8-inch thick layer of clean aggregate base.
GAME makes glass recycling equipment and systems that process glass containers, plate and tempered glass and ceramics into a clean aggregate alternative.
said that he has a market for all the material that his company recycles: "We make good, clean aggregate with this plant and we maintain a fleet of 100 dump trucks to transport material from our facility and deliver it for use in the greater Boston area.
The net result will be the production of 40 MWh of environmentally sustainable electricity and the recovery of over 190,000 tonnes of additional recycled materials in the form of plastics, glass, clean aggregates and metals.
On a recent afternoon at the site, two excavators and two skid steers worked separately but with a common purpose: To nip away at the remaining structure while producing debris that can be placed in either the clean metals pile, one of the clean aggregates piles or into a rubble pile that is deemed to be worth further processing using hydraulic work tools to separate rebar from concrete.