High-grade recycled building materials

Tretau is a company operating in and around the German city of Essen and provides container and disposal services. As building rubble was always being delivered to the company, in 2008 it decided to acquire a Compact Recycler. It soon became clear that the RUBBLE MASTER RM60 is the ideal machine. Transported using a truck with a drag-on hook system and with just 12 t machine weight, the machine can be very easily moved with the company’s own container trucks and despite this compact size, the RUBBLE MASTER RM60 can produce up to 80 t/h high-quality recycled building materials (Fig.). Recycling of this building rubble quickly became a mainstay of the company’s business. At the present around 10 000 t building rubble per year are processed to a final size of 0-45 mm and this total is steadily increasing.


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