Recycled Building Material

Recycled Building Material from Nutbrook Aggregates

By: Nutbrook Aggregates  08/01/2016
Keywords: brick, aggregates, limestone

At Nutbrook Aggregates in Ilkeston Derbyshire, we receive, process and re-cycle waste products into quality Aggregates using strict WRAP protocol guidelines. Equally situated between the cities of Derby and Nottingham, and less than half an hour from Leicester, Loughborough, Mansfield and Worksop is our Ilkeston recycling centre on the former Stanton Foundry site, a developing centre for business in the East Midlands region. We are ideally placed for the major arterial road routes in the area such as the A52, A38 and A6 plus just a few minutes from Junction 25 of the M1. Our aim is the promotion of 100% sustainability by means of crushers and screeners to process construction waste and recycle into premium, reusable raw materials which comply and adhere to British Standards certification

Keywords: Aggregate Industries, aggregates, brick, limestone, MOT Type 1, road construction, Road Surfacing, Rubble, sand & gravel, Screened, soil

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We accept the following materials for recycling •Concrete. •Tarmac. •Brick and block. •Topsoil. At Nutbrook we recognise that with landfill at a premium and the earth’s natural resources depleting, there is a need for the recycling of construction waste. These materials are routinely sampled and tested to ensure conformity with the relevant British Standard. Waste hard core materials are accepted from trade or private customers and can be brought to site in any size vehicle. This


08/01/2016

Recycled Aggregates

At Nutbrook Aggregates in Ilkeston Derbyshire, we receive, process and re-cycle waste products into quality Aggregates using strict WRAP protocol guidelines. We are ideally placed for the major arterial road routes in the area such as the A52, A38 and A6 plus just a few minutes from Junction 25 of the M1.