Historically waste aggregates were sent to landfill causing an increasing a strain on the environment and our landscapes. By utilising waste aggregates in a constructive way, we can slowly decrease the size of our landfills.
With increasing costs of primary aggregates and the quality of recycled products improving, recycled aggregates are becoming a beneficial alternative for number of reasons.
Making use of recycled aggregates over primary aggregates can save money as they are less expensive to produce. If recycled materials are available locally, this can reduce the cost of transporting the aggregates. Producing recycled aggregate for resale is more cost-effective than sending unwanted materials to landfill and incurring landfill tax.
Recycled Aggregates are regarded to be a ‘green’ construction material. Using recycled aggregates reduces the amount of primary aggregates which are extracted therefore, reduction in demand and less use of natural resources.
With an ever increasing carbon footprint and with resources being brought in from outside Hampshire. We are able to supply the much needed demand for locally sourced materials, thereby improving our carbon footprint.
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