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Concrete, when it becomes worn and reaches the end of its useful life, can be recycled.  Using Recycled Concrete not only is cost efficient, but is an environmental resource or, "green" alternative to using aggregate gravel.

The Construction Materials Recycling Association has stated that 140 million tons of recycled concrete is produced each year in the United States.  Crushed Concrete can be used as aggregate gravel or, as a base for pavement, used in soil stabilization, forestry roads, recreational trails, and agricultural applications.

The steel rebar used in reinforced concrete is both recycled and recyclable as well. In the United States, 97% of the materials in reinforcing steel are recycled, and 100% of reinforcing steel are recyclable.*

Recycled Concrete can be re-used for new concrete buildings, roadways, drive-ways, soil stabilization, forestry roads, recreational trails, and agricultural applications, anything that is normally constructed of new cement.

Recycled Concrete is Earth Friendly, saving environmental resources and landfill space.

Each year the cement industry uses enough industrial by-products to fill a freight train 386 miles long.

Concrete Recycling, Milwaukee
Imagine the cost efficiency of using Recycled Concrete.
In the United States, 140 million tons of recycled concrete are used annually.
Recycled Concrete saves landfill space and virgin materials. While it lasts a long time, at the end of its service life concrete can be crushed and used again, as fill or as aggregate in new concrete. The growing trend of concrete recycling creates a new environmental resource and there's no end to the uses. Concrete Recycling promotes, sustainable, renewable, concrete solutions.
Recycling Concrete, Milwaukee, crushed Concrete
Andy's Excavating uses Red Rhino Rock Crushing Equipment and FAE Rock Crushers to give excellent grade crushed concrete and crushed rock.
* Source: Concrete Joint Sustainability Initiative
RLP Diversified, Inc.
207 Front Street
Burlington WI 53105
PH: 262-206-1297
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RLP Diversified services the entire state of Wisconsin as well as Northern Illinois, and Eastern Iowa. Cities include, Milwaukee, Chicago, Burlington, Racine, Mequon, Kenosha, Waterford, Mukwonago, Oconomowoc, Beloit, Janesville, Appleton, Madison, Eau Claire, Fond du Lac, Green Bay, La Crosse, Oshkosh, Sheboygan, Wausau, and all areas of Lake Michigan, Quad Cities, Davenport, Rock Island, Moline, Dubuque.
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