Utilize recycled aggregates on your next project


Increasingly, recycled aggregates are emerging as a cornerstone of eco-friendly construction practices as construction companies look to reduce their ecological footprint. In fact, recycled aggregates can be used as a partial or total replacement of natural aggregates.

MB Crusher can transform your heavy equipment into a real recycling center onsite. Find out how the MB Crusher Bucket and Screening Bucket can save you time and money on your next construction project


Benefits of Recycled Aggregates

  • Cost-Effective—By using recycled aggregates, companies can lower their construction costs significantly compared to buying traditional materials for construction projects. 
  • Adaptability—The wide-ranging capabilities of recycled aggregates can be used in various projects such as road construction, landscaping, and concrete production.      
  • Durability—Recycled aggregates are not only robust, but have demonstrated to perform just as well as natural aggregates.     
  • Sustainability— Recycled aggregates help reduce the environmental impact of construction activities such as reducing carbon emissions and conserving natural resources.
See why our customers continue to use Crusher Buckets and Screening Buckets to recycle aggregates and avoid landfills costs.   


Crush and Screen Materials Onsite

MB Crusher Buckets and Screening Buckets can be attached to any excavator or skid-steer. Crush concrete and demolition waste, boulders, and foundry waste directly on the jobsite. Then, reuse the processed materials as new aggregates for your next construction project such as backfill for roadways and building construction materials.    

Take on any residential, commercial, industrial, utility or road construction jobsite using the MB Crusher Screening Bucket. Screen materials like rocks, river stones, and sand, before and after the crushing phase, which can reduce the crushing phase by 60%.


Avoid the following financial and environmental risks by using MB Crusher on your next project:

  • Transportation costs
  • Landfill costs
  • CO2 emissions
  • Purchasing new aggregates 
  • Project delays
Lean more about how you can transform construction waste into recycled aggregates with your heavy equipment.