The latest in mobile crushing technology is being used as part of an efficient, innovative and environmentally friendly process that has demonstrated significant
cost savings for residential building, commercial structures and wide applications for infrastructure engineering.
An MB C50 crusher bucket fitted to an 8 tonne Kubota hydraulic excavator has been deployed on a steep and challenging residential building site to crush demolition spoil for recycling into by a revolutionary recycling process.
The MB Crusher processed tiles, bricks, mortar and foundation concrete that was recycled in-situ on a steep double block in Sylvania. The site presented challenges in terms of gradient and need for stabilisation. The result is massive and super-stable foundations on which two new homes are being built. Soilstone™ technology uses mechanical and natural chemical processes to treat native spoil to produce the properties of rock that can be formed into a structure. The process has been tested, evaluated and approved by the New South Wales building regulator.