RMC provides demolition and construction debris disposal as a cost effective alternative to disposal at an inert or municipal landfill. Concrete and asphalt debris/rubble is accepted (inbound) for a range of fees ($/load). These disposal options at our recycle centers help save money with lower gate fees and trucking costs.
RMC crushes and screens to make a variety of recycled products (outbound) for sale to our customers, including specification aggregates made from recycled concrete and asphalt. These recycled materials or products are a cost effective alternative to virgin materials. Our recycling centers are within the city and likely closer to your project than sand and gravel pits and mountain quarries that sell virgin aggregates that have higher royalty fees and longer haul distances to your projects, thereby providing cost savings because of both aspects of lower material royalty and lower trucking costs.
RMC has several recycling centers within the Denver metropolitan area to serve you and provide cost effective options on your next project. Go to our locations page to view our map for our recycling centers. Go to our pricing page to view our list unit pricing. Call our Sales Manager for project specific pricing.
We invite you to let us help you further in one of the following ways:
A list of the most common recycled products or materials are provided below:
RMC is dedicated to helping the demolition and construction industry reach sustainability goals by diverting concrete and asphalt debris to one our local recycling yards, and away from the valuable space of a landfill. Savings is realized by substituting the high cost of the landfill dump fee with a reasonable recycling yard dump fee, and taking this debris to one of our local recycling yards is often also a fraction of the hauling distance, and cost.
RMC continues to strive toward sustainability by processing the concrete and asphalt into a multitude of aggregates back out the gate for sale on construction projects. Again buying these aggregates from on of our local recycling yards is often also a fraction of the hauling distance, and cost of that of virgin aggregates that are much further away.