How Recycled/Secondary Aggregates Are Changing The Landscape Of The Quarrying Industry


Recycled aggregates are the reprocessed material from construction, demolition or excavation waste streams. This material can then be reused and put back into construction. Secondary materials are derived from other industrial processes, such as incinerator bottom ash, fly ash, blast furnace slag, slate and china clay.

In this webinar, Donal McNicholl, Regional Sales Manager – McLanahan Aggregate Systems, will look at the dramatic impact these types of aggregates are having on the quarrying sector. We will provide an in-depth view of the global market size and uses of recycled aggregates. We will also discuss the role recycled aggregates play in helping to achieve a circular economy. Additionally, we will look at a few case studies, as well as what the future holds for recycled aggregates and the quarrying industry as a whole.

McLanahan has developed a full range of modular wet processing equipment to help producers recycle aggregates from construction and demolition waste streams and secondary aggregates from other industrial processes. McLanahan offers complete packaged C&D recycling solutions integrating a combination of McLanahan systems, including feeding, crushing, screening, scrubbing, washing, water recycling and tailings management.

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