RM80 in New York

By Lindsay Gale25 March 2008

The New York skyline formed the backdrop for a RM80 mobile crusher from Rubblemaster while it processed the demolition debris from a building in Lyndhurst, New Jersey.

Sub contractor DAG Mobile Aggregates Recycling brought the RM80 on site, and it took just three days for the RM80 to process the concrete, rock and brick to 1.5 minus material, which was then reused on site. It would not have been economic to bring a larger crusher on site for this small job. DAG is aiming to fill this niche, supplying crushing capabilities for local small contracts lasting from a few days to two or three weeks.

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