Recycled aggregates

At CORMAC Recycling we have a firm understanding of your aggregate and planing requirements. We take waste material that is generated at our construction sites and process it into quality, affordable and sustainable material which can be found at our depots throughout Cornwall.

Our products are manufactured using the WRAP protocol for the production of aggregates from inert materials and are suitable for use in the construction and highways industry.

We also offer a crusher hire service with all the necessary machines supplied with trained and experienced operators. Our RM80 crusher and mobile screening unit can be deployed quickly and easily to supply an inexpensive and versatile combination capable of producing a variety of end products.

We can provide:

Road planings

Aggregate that is produced when motorways and roads are resurfaced. It is ideal for car parks, driveways and tracks and when compacted forms a cheap and durable surface.

Screened planings

Road planings that have been screened to remove material larger than 25 mm. Commonly used to make a tidy surface to paths, tracks and car parks

803 Sub base

A granular compactable material produced from concrete, asphalt and aggregate ideal for all sub base applications

6F Products

A granular compactable material with maximum sizes of 125mm or 75mm, produced from recycled aggregate, concrete and asphalt used for driveways, tracks and roads, capping, backfilling and general fill purposes.

Our manned depts also stock:-

  • BS1200 building sand
  • 40mm clean
  • 20mm clean
  • 20 - dust (Concrete mix)
  • Course ducting sand

We offer competitive prices for the general public and trade including delivery for a reasonable haulage fee. Collections can also be arranged in any quantity between 7:30am - 4:30pm Monday - Friday.

We have recycling depots based around the County, ensuring that wherever you are in Cornwall, you won't have far to travel.

Call the quarry direct on 01736 336600 or get in touch.

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