Aggregate Recycling

A list of aggregate recycling companies providing recycled and secondary aggregates to the construction industry.

Recycled aggregates derive from the reprocessing of materials that have seen previous use within construction. They can be produced either at the site of the source (which can save on transportation and benefit the environment); or within a central plant. Concrete and scrap from asphalt plants are common examples.

Secondary aggregates in comparison tend to have not been previously used in construction. Usually, they are the by-products of other industrial processes – such as slate, slag and foundry sand.

  • Cardiff, CF3 2EJ
  • Yatala, 4207
  • Elma, NY 14059
  • Buffalo, NY 14204
  • Tamworth, B78 1AS
  • Aldermaston, RG7 8JN
  • MI 49707
  • Miami, FL 33186
  • South Plainfield, NJ 07080
  • Guildford, GU1 1RR
  • Bristol, BS35 1L9
  • PE10 9LA
  • Derby, DE73 8AP
  • Canterbury, CT4 7PP
  • Hallen, BS10 7SET
  • Southampton, SO16 0AD
  • Raleigh, NC 27606
  • Visalia, CA 93282
  • Las Vegas, NV 89102