Recycled aggregates supplier's material launch

19 November 2015

A leading United Kingdom supplier of recycled aggregates is offering construction and civil engineering firms a high-quality recycled material for use in building and roadworks jobs.

Toton Aggregates, a subsidiary of resource management and recycling company Wastecycle, launched Structural Materials for Reinstatement (SMR) during an event that saw 30 industry leading professionals visit the company’s Nottingham recovery facility for an overview and demonstration of the new product.

Made using a mobile Eco-Warrior specialist blending and screening plant, SMR can be used as a sub base for foundations, roads, car parks and trench reinstatements for new cables and pipes.

Paul Clements, commercial director for Toton Aggregates and Wastecycle,said: “Having been supplying the aggregate industry for a number of years, we’ve noticed that SMR has grown in popularity.

“We identified the opportunity to offer local firms a recycled substitute five times stronger than the granular sub base that is also much more environmentally sustainable.

“By investing in new equipment, Toton can not only offer pre-made SMR, but also an on-site manufacturing service for larger projects meaning no transport or landfill costs and lower carbon footprints.”

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