Waste Removal for House Demolitions

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Big Bin Hire now has a demolition arm – Exccell Demolition. We have been flat out since October doing full house demolitions so we have mastered the art of waste recycling.

We have mastered the process of recycling whole products like brick. metal and timber. This can save our customers a lot of money.

We use our 20m3 or 30m3 skips bins to separate waste on site during a demolition project.

Recycling demolition waste is an environmentally responsible practice that involves salvaging materials from demolished structures and repurposing them for use in other construction projects. Big Bin Hire and Exccell Demolition engages in recycling demolition waste as part of its services to minimize the environmental impact of demolition activities and promote sustainability in construction.

Common materials that can be recycled from demolition waste include:

  1. Concrete and masonry: Crushed concrete can be used as aggregate for new concrete production or as fill material in construction projects.
  2. Metals: Steel and other metals recovered from demolished structures can be recycled and used in manufacturing processes to produce new products.
  3. Wood: Timber from demolished buildings can be reclaimed and reused in woodworking projects or processed into wood chips for mulch or biomass fuel.
  4. Bricks and blocks: Intact bricks and concrete blocks can be cleaned and reused in new construction projects or crushed for use as aggregate.
  5. Asphalt: Asphalt pavement removed during demolition can be recycled and used in the production of new asphalt or as aggregate in road construction.

By recycling demolition waste, Big Bin Hire and Exccell Demolition not only reduces the volume of waste sent to landfills but also conserves natural resources and reduces the carbon footprint associated with construction activities. This approach aligns with sustainability goals and contributes to the circular economy by extending the lifespan of materials through reuse and recycling.