Open to the public we accept Rock, Concrete, Asphalt, and Brick based products.
We receive and recycle more than 500,000 tonnes per annum of construction and demolition waste through our Laverton recycling facility.
99.5% of incoming material is recycled in into DoT compliant products available for purchase.
Once sorted the materials are refined through a multi-stage process and the end product is tested in our onsite NATA approved lab.
Our Recycled Materials are ideal for various civil construction and commercial development applications, including road base, backfill, drainage and landscaping.
- Crushed Rock Class 2, 3 & 4
- Crushed Concrete Class 2, 3 & 4
- Drainage Aggregates
- Landscaping Materials
The remaining 0.5% of waste is tracked as a part of our Green Star certification.
Focussing on safety and sustainability we work closely with WorkSafe and the EPA.
Our recycling facilities are capable of processing 600T per hour of rock, concrete, and brick.
We are currently running 2 pugmills giving us the ability to produce stabilised and wet mix products at the same time.
Time is one of the most valuable commodities and our site is designed with this in mind. Operating two weighbridges the average turn around time for trucks on site is less than 10 minutes.
We also operate own modern transport fleet for pick up & delivery of product. Our drivers are top tier, skilled in the art of spreading product upon delivery.
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Mobile Crushing Services
Our large mobile modular crushing plant is one of the few in Australia with the capacity to process over 500T per hour of crushed products. Ideally suited for use on quarry based projects with over 1 million tonne of rock it is highly adaptable and effective in processing wet and sticky clay based materials.
Our smaller mobile crushing units are suited for all projects ranging from 20,000T to 1M T rock & concrete based projects. They are highly mobile and can be broken down for transport into urban areas.
Not only is on-site crushing for large projects more cost effective and efficient than processing off-site it reduces the environmental impact of heavy vehicles on surrounding roads.