By recycling old asphalt, we've been able to reduce our dependency on costly virgin asphalt binders for the production of our asphalt mixes and have significantly reduced our need for new aggregate sources.
In addition to asphalt recycling, we also accept broken concrete. We ask that if you are planning on bringing concrete to our facility for disposal, please make certain that the pieces have been broken down into 2' x 2' x 2' sections.
Also, please keep your asphalt and concrete loads separated as they will need to be dumped each within their own designated recycling zones at our facility.
Lastly, so that we may continue providing our customers with outstanding construction materials, we ask that the loads that you are dropping-off be kept clean and uncontaminated. Please no garbage, topsoil, dirt, or foreign vegetation such as grass and weeds.
Did you know that in 2010, the United States conserved approximately 20.5 million barrels of asphalt binder due to concerted efforts by contractors like yourself, governments, and asphalt producers like American Asphalt Materials? We feel that it's neccessary to do our part in promoting a clean planet and conserving our natural resources by recycling.
By recycling asphalt and concrete, we're leaving a long-lasting positive impact on our planet. Let's work together to keep our local environment cleaner, safer, and more economically secure for all of us.
To learn more about recycling asphalt or concrete, please contact us.