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C&D Waste Recycling Plant

The technique of recovering, recycling, and reusing materials and waste generated during the construction, refurbishment, and destruction of roads, bridges, and buildings is known as construction and demolition (C&D) recycling.

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C&D waste recycling

What is C&D Waste ?

Construction and demolition (C&D) waste is generated from construction, renovation, repair, and demolition of houses, large building structures, roads, bridges, piers, and dams. C&D waste is made up of wood, steel, concrete, gypsum, masonry, plaster, metal, and asphalt. C&D waste is notable because it can contain hazardous materials such as asbestos and lead. Estimates vary, but a commonly accepted estimate is that between 15% and 20% of municipal solid waste comes from construction and demolition projects.

C&D Waste is risky ?

If construction & demolition is not managed properly can be a huge urban menace. C&D Waste is a major source of air pollution. Designated landfill sites are occupying huge real estate and land worth billions of dollars are buried under C&D waste. Rampant illegal dumping in lakes and rivers is also destroying our water bodies.

C&D Waste Recycling Plant

What You Can Do About C&D Waste

Divert C&D materials from disposal by practicing source reduction, salvaging, recycling and reusing existing materials, and buying used and recycled materials and products.

  • Reducing Materials Use

  • Reusing C&D Materials

  • Recycling C&D Materials

Reducing C&D Materials Use

Source reduction reduces life-cycle material use, energy use and waste generation. While reuse and recycling are important methods to sustainably manage waste once waste has already been generated, source reduction prevents waste from being generated in the first place.

Reusing C&D Materials

Demolishing existing buildings and disposing of the debris is not a resource efficient practice. Recovering used, but still-valuable C&D materials for further use is an effective way to save money while protecting natural resources.

Recycling C&D Materials

Many building components can be recycled where markets exist. Asphalt, concrete, and rubble are often recycled into aggregate or new asphalt and concrete products. Wood can be recycled into engineered-wood products like furniture, as well as mulch, compost, and other products. Metals—including steel, copper, and brass—are also valuable commodities to recycle. Additionally, although cardboard packaging from home-building sites is not classified as a C&D material, it does make its way into the mixed C&D stream, and many markets exist for recycling this material.

The following table summarizes the type of waste, legal classification, and examples

Type of Waste Legal Classification In Connecticut Examples
Land clearing debris Bulky waste Tree stumps, tree tops
Demolition waste
(from buildings)
Bulky waste Concrete, wood, brick, plaster, roofing materials, wallboard, metals, carpeting, insulation
Construction waste
(from buildings)
Municipal solid waste Pallets, wood scraps, wallboard, siding and roofing scraps, packaging, carpeting. Foam padding, insulation
Highway construction and demolition waste Bulky waste, municipal solid waste Asphalt, concrete, steel, related construction and demolition wastes, utility poles, railroad ties, brick, block, rock
Oversized MSW Municipal Solid Waste Furniture, furnishings, carpeting, rugs
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C&D Waste Recycling Plant

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Customizing your C&D Waste Recycling Plant

PICS INTERNATIONAL provides you one of the most efficient and effective methods to recycle the C&D waste for your site. Our recycling equipment can sort your problem of C&D waste management without any hassle as our machines are fully capable of treating bulk debris and give out an outstanding result.

Wet & Dry Process

PICS INTERNATIONAL offers two types of systems in C&D recycling waste; A dry and wet system.

PICS INTERNATIONAL Dry line system is the process of using recycled aggregate from construction and demolition waste in which C&D waste collected to feed into the crusher for converting the big size demolition waste into suitable size of aggregate like 40mm, 20mm and 10mm. after that recycled aggregate is used in concrete in which further properties of concrete is tested like workability, hardened properties, microstructure and durability properties.

Feed hopper dry line

Feed Hopper

crushing dry Line


screening dry line


PICS INTERNATIONAL wet line system ensure the recycled aggregate product is free of dirt, clay, wood, plastic and organic materials. These machines break down and remove deleterious material from recycled aggregate feeds, as well as liberate fines and float out lightweight trash, such as plastics, wood, sticks and other debris.

Feed hopper wet line

Feed Hopper

pre sreening wet line



Segregation For Washed Aggregate

Hydrocyclone wet line

Hydro Cyclone System For Sand Washing

PICS INTERNATIONAL recycling plant consists of the following technologies:
  1. Feed hopper
  2. Recycler
  3. Pre-screening
  4. Washing & Aggregate cleaning
  5. Trash Screen for removal of light weights
  6. Sizing Screen for washed Aggregate
  7. Hydro cyclone system for Sand washing
  8. Water Management system for recycling of process water


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why choose us

PICS INTERNATIONAL has an unmatched commitment to after-sales service. For us, it's not limited to just supplying the parts in time via network of dealers. It's a notch above the competitors which gives us the upper hand.

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