Processing Construction & Demolition Debris & Material After a Hurricane or Flood

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processing construction and demolition debris and material after a hurricane or flood like harvey

After the flood waters recede from a large storm like Hurricane Harvey, there will be many buildings and homes that will need to be repaired or completely demolished due to flood and wind damage.  The resulting construction and demolition debris and material can be processed to separate and recover materials such as OCC, wood, ferrous and non-ferrous metals, rock / cement, dirt / ADC, plastics.  Using an automated C&D Waste Recycling Plant can greatly decrease the manual labor necessary to sort through many thousands of tons of debris and waste.

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Multiple Plant Sizes Available

There are multiple plant sizes and systems to meet your volume of material.  All C&D mixed waste recycling systems can be customized to meet your processing requirements and recycling equipment can be added as needed.  Process up to and over 750+ yards per hour.

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750+ Yards Per Hour with a CD-MAX™  C&D Recycling Plant System

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Up to 450+ yards per hour with a CD-XXL™  C&D Recycling Plant System

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Up to 250+ yards per hour with the CD-XL™  C&D Recycling Recycling Plant System

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150 yards per hour and under with the CD-Express™ C&D Recycling Plant System

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Processing Construction & Demolition Debris & Material After a Hurricane or Flood was last modified: October 4th, 2017 by Grant Rice