Recycling Aggregates – what is it? At Ashville Aggregates we are committed to recycling in order to reduce the impact waste has on the environment. We believe persevering and reusing natural resources, where possible, is the first step towards a sustainable future. As many waste types as possible, which arise from construction and demolition, are recycled and supplied as Recycling Aggregates or Recycling Materials that can be used again.

All waste is tipped, sorted, separated and then processed. Crushing and screening facilities, which are constantly being updated to the latest specifications enable us to achieve a 90{99759cf80298e985eca490a4754848b7bbc355cd41c4addccc9bf36ca3b9608d} recycle rate.

Our recycling culture extends to our office and fleet. We recycle all paper and cartons. Our grab and tipper fleet are modern and regularly serviced to ensure efficiency and compliance with emissions regulations.

The Ashville Aggregates office is fully automated with the latest in Home Automation technology. We monitor and control lighting and all electrical equipment at the touch of a button. While saving on utility costs, we also conserve energy, reducing our impact on the environment.

Recycled aggregates are typically delivered via 8×4 Grab Hire or Tipper Hire. 15 tonnes can be delivered via Grab lorry and 20 tonnes via Tipper.

Ordinarily we can provide Recycled aggregates on a next day basis. We charge per tonne and operate 7 days per week. Night deliveries are also available for utility companies and local authorities. We take great pride in our fleet of lorries and all are maintained and cleaned regularly. Our state of the art tracking systems mean we can monitor, adapt and communicate with our staff regularly, ensuring we can remain efficient and responsive.

Ashville Aggregates is proud to be the leading Recycled aggregates Supplier in London.

Recycled Aggregates:

  • Recycled Type 1 Crushed Concrete
  • Type 2 6F2
  • Recycled ballast
  • Reject sand
  • Recycled Pea Shingle
  • Screened Top Soil
Recycling Aggregates

Recycling Aggregates