Taking control of your Demolition waste


Demolition waste consists of various reusable and recyclable materials, from concrete to gypsum to bricks. These materials can be recycled time and time again. So why do they still end up in landfills as part of C&D waste?

The most significant part of that answer lies in the ability to recycle them. Most of these recyclable materials are challenging to recycle, requiring large machinery or intensive labour.

MB Crusher offers a simpler and less labour-intensive solution. With MB's attachments, you can recycle C&D waste quickly and effectively.

BF135.8: The BF135.8 crusher bucket was used to recycle concrete instead of using their stationary crusher.

Recycle your Demolition Tear Out

One BF135.8 crusher bucket and one Hyundai 450LC excavator were the only two things needed for our customer to recycle the majority of his C&D waste from tearing down an old industrial building. This job was completed quickly without needing to haul off all his tear-out waste.


BF90.3: Is crushing the concrete that will later be used with the sub base

Upcycling with the correct tools.

Reinforced concrete can be infinitely recycled and upcycled but presents challenges as it is a complex material to process, especially without taking it to a processing centre.

But with the correct tools in your arsenal, you can overcome these challenges. Take, for example, our customer who used MB's BF90.3 crusher bucket to crush down and reinforce concrete right on-site to give them the ability to upcycle both the rebar and the crushed concrete.


BF120.4 crusher bucket crushing demolition waste brick on site

Creating recycled products out of “waste material”​

Our customer had an unmanageable stockpile of bricks. They considered having it hauled off and disposed of but the cost was extremely high so he looked into recycling them. But how? MB crusher was the solution.

Our BF120.4 crusher bucket was purchased, virtually turning his excavator into a recycling centre. Our customer was able to crush downs his stockpile of brick into reusable size. To later be repurposed.