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Concrete Recycling & Disposal

If you are looking for concrete recycling and to get rid of concrete then you have some options. First, you can load up a pick up truck and take it to a recycling facility or landfill in your area. Recycling facilities tend to be much less expensive as they grind up and reuse the concrete, asphalt and masonry products. Whereas, landfills simply charge by weight, which can add up quick because of the density of cement and concrete products. Or, you can hire a waste management company like Trash King to help with disposal.

CONCRETE DUMPSTER & CONCRETE WASTE REMOVAL

CONCRETE DISPOSAL BINS

Typically, bin rental companies use smaller bins called rock boxes for concrete recycling. Some common sizes for this include 5 yard, 7 yard, 8 yard, 10 yard, 12 yard and 15 yard concrete dumpsters. Depending on the truck hauling the bin, often the size is limited by the gross vehicle weight allowances for that vehicle and so not all trucks could legally or safely carry a 15 yard dumpster filled with concrete. Call your local disposal company to find out which bins they use for aggregate materials.

CONCRETE REMOVAL

If you prefer to hire a junk removal company, they can come and help you with your concrete removal. Beware, often these companies charge exorbitant rates and use something called bedload pricing. Which means they only load their truck to a fraction of the height of the box and charge you the full truck rate. The writer of this article strongly recommends a bin rental over junk removal if you have the labor to handle the heavy lifting.

WHAT IS  CONCRETE?

Concrete is a solid material that is used in construction as a foundation material. It is essentially a liquid stone product that is carried on trucks that keep the concrete moving while driving so that it doesn’t harden and can off-loaded onto customer sites. Concrete is really just a bunch of materials that is mixed together with water and cement. It acts a jello at this stage and can be poured into molds and create any shape. Once the concrete is hardened it is very effective, as it holds its shape and strength with out much upkeep.

CONCRETE RECYCLING SERVICES

OTHER NAMES FOR CONCRETE

HOW IS CONCRETE RECYCLED?

WHAT IS CONCRETE USED FOR?

CONCRETE RECYCLING FACILITIES FOR DISPOSAL

CITY 1

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CITY 2

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CITY 3

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  • Disposal Yes
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CITY 4

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  • Disposal Yes
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CITY 5

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  • Disposal Yes
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CITY 6

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  • Disposal Yes
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CITY 7

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  • Disposal Yes
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CITY 8

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  • Disposal Yes
  • Recycling No
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CITY 9

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  • Disposal Yes
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CITY 10

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CONCRETE DISPOSAL & OTHER INFORMATION

TIPS FOR RENTING A CONCRETE DUMPSTER

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CALCULATING AREA FOR CONCRETE DISPOSAL

First, measure the length and the wide of the area. The formula for area is square meters ( or feet ) is Length x Width.

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FIGURING OUT THE VOLUME OF THE CONCRETE

Next, you need to figure out the thickness. Often this can only be done once excavated, because builders often level areas with excess concrete, so thickness is not necessarily consistent through o...

Simply maintain the same measurement [ Meters or feet but make sure its the same as area ] and multiply Length x Width x Depth.

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WHAT TOOLS ARE USED FOR CONCRETING?

For those who do not have all the required tools, you may want to hire tools that are needed for laying concrete. These may be gotten from some plate hire organizations. You may want to ask some ne...

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GETTING THE GROUND READY FOR CONCRETTE

You can hammer wooden pegs within the ground so as to mark out the place you wish to concrete.
Employ wooden pegs around 25mm square as well as long enough so as to be rigid at the time that ...

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CUTTING & PLACING A FORMWORK

You may be wondering what actually is “Formwork”? Your question is answered. Formwork claims to be the walls which support the concrete precisely until its set. It has been said that it actuall...

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PUTTING THE CONCRETE

The way that concrete is delivered
You need to see if the area that you wish the concrete to be delivered tends to be level moreover the way tends to be clear for the particular truck to prop...

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SMOOTHING THE CONCRETE

Screeding
You can screed your concrete so as to form a concrete surface that is smooth.
When filling the form you can take your screed board. There can be one person present at each end...

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COMPLETING THE SURFACE

Employing a “wood float”
For those who wish to get a smoother finish in comparison to the screeded surface, employ a wood float. It has been said that “floating” tends to agitate the ...

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CURE THE CONCRETE

It has been said that concrete develops its might at the time that the water reacts particularly with the cement.
Do not let concrete dry out very quickly or else a weak and poor quality type...

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