The many uses for recycled stone products include
Retaining Wall Fill
Recycled concrete has been used as a retaining wall fill for many years. Most engineers and architects allow the material to be used for back fill as well as wall fill.
New Concrete Pavement
The federal Highway Administration (FHWA) has established guidelines for the use of recycled concrete in new concrete pavement. The substitution of recycled concrete for virgin course aggregate, in limited quantities, has proven to be an excellent alternative to virgin aggregate.
As a landscape material, recycled concrete stone offers an economic solution for areas that require ground cover.
Aggregate Base material for roads, driveways and parking lots- Recycled concrete stone can be used as an aggregate base course that can be paved over with either concrete or asphalt
Sheds and Pole Barns
Recycled concrete aggregate or stone is commonly used for placement under yard sheds or pole barns creating a stable compacted surface for proper drainage and stability.
Pathways, Walkways, Pavers and Patios
Different types and sizes are offered for each project type. These types of projects commonly use our screenings or smallest stone product which compacts well to stabilize soils and creates a harder surface for bikers and walkers. Ever try to walk or ride a bike on natural stone?
Drainage for wet areas or low areas in yards
Recycled stone is a good alternative to gravel as a drainage material in wet or low areas. Dig a trench through the area of your yard where water most often pools, and fill it with recycled concrete stone surrounding a perforated PVC drainage pipe. Cover the pipe with more stone and replace the soil.