C&D Waste

C&D Waste Recycling

Construction site demolitions not only produce conventional materials such as concrete and bricks, but also a variety of other recyclable materials. Due to stricter landfill regulations, it is essential to return these recyclable materials to the cycle instead of disposing them in landfills.

This is where BLUELINE comes into play: Our innovative, customer-oriented recycling solutions enable the efficient and economical sorting of materials such as metals, wood, plastics, glass and many more. This step is necessary to make mixed construction and demolition waste attractive as a secondary raw material and to be able to reuse it again. This not only helps conserve limited raw material resources, but also significantly reduces the ecological footprint of the construction industry.

No matter what materials are used, BLUELINE always offers the optimal solution thanks to its adaptability, modularity and flexibility. From screening the material with SCREEN HEAVY, to color sorting of brick and concrete with SENSOR IDENTIFY+, or sorting in the fine grain range with SORT FINES- with BLUELINE you can cover all requirements.

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Examples of construction waste recycling:

  • Plaster residues, gypsum, gypsum-plasterboard
  • Brick and concrete recycling
  • Insulation and Styrofoam
  • Construction wood, wood cuttings and wood scraps
  • Scrap metal
  • Refractory materials
  • Doors, windows and door frames
  • and much more.

Advantages with BLUELINE

Simple and mobile solution
Robust and reliable
High throughputs
System can be easy expanded if legal conditions change

Application examples for C&D WASTE Recycling

Suitable BLUELINE modules for this application:


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