Recycling rush

24 April 2008

Increased infrastructure investment in hungary means that recycled building materials are in demand which meant that M-Gep needed a more efficient crusher to meet its needs. The company, based in Zimbardi, reprocesses demolition waste, asphalt planings and tiles for re-use in road building and construction.

M-Gep needed a crushing system that would offer them versatility to cope with varying types of source material and crush it for different end uses. The company chose a Rubblemaster RM70 for the job because the hydraulic settings can be quickly adjusted and it can also be moved between sites to reduce lorry movements. According to M-Gep, the new crusher has now processed around 5000 m3 of concrete and more than 100 tonnes of asphalt and tiles.

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