Asphalt & Concrete Recycling Cambridge, ON

Southern Ontario’s Top Recycling Contractors

Concrete and Asphalt Recycling

Our Specialty

Properly recycling concrete and asphalt requires specialized equipment and experienced operators. At ARRO Crushing, recycling is our specialty, and we’re fully equipped to bring you comprehensive recycling services that take care of the materials that are some of the hardest to recycle.

Concrete and Asphalt Recycling

The Benefits

Make The Most Out Of Old Concrete and Asphalt

For many construction professionals, getting rid of concrete and asphalt includes demolition and hauling away broken chunks of material. With Arro Crushing, the lifecycle of concrete and asphalt doesn’t end once they’re cured. We’ll transform old materials to be reused in different capacities like New construction, road building and more.

Why Concrete and Asphalt Recycling Matters

Unlike other building materials, concrete and asphalt aren’t naturally sustainable materials. However, with the right methods and equipment, old concrete and asphalt can be broken down, processed and reused in new concrete and asphalt production replacing the need for virgin mined materials.

Concrete and Asphalt Recycling

How Recycling Works

Recycling Concrete

Because concrete can have steel supports like rebar or wire mesh, we use a magnet-equipped impact crusher that breaks down the concrete while separating away the steel pieces. Our crusher breaks the concrete down to any size of your liking. We finish with a clean, recycled aggregate that can go off to be used in a variety of applications.

Recycling Asphalt

Our top-of-the-line crushing equipment will break down old asphalt and run it through a series of screens to create a fine aggregate for many uses. Processed and recycled asphalt is a great alternative for new asphalt mixes, as top layers for roads and parking lots, and for reducing the need for new material processing and use.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Concrete and asphalt recycling is the process of reusing demolished or discarded concrete and asphalt materials by crushing them into aggregates and using them in new construction projects.
In general, most types of concrete and asphalt can be recycled. However, the suitability for recycling depends on factors like the quality of the material and the presence of contaminants.
Recycled concrete and asphalt can meet quality standards similar to those of new materials when processed properly. Reputable recycling facilities ensure the materials are properly sorted, cleaned, and crushed to meet these standards.

Concrete and Asphalt Recycling

Choose Southern Ontario’s Best for Crushing and Screening

Contact us today and let us help you achieve your potential.