Profit from Waste – McLanahan’s Guide to Best Practices with C&D Recycling

As the construction aggregates industry places a larger emphasis on sustainability and responsible materials processing globally, the recycling of construction and demolition debris is becoming paramount.

McLanahans Guide to C&D Recycling

Construction and demolition recycling, also known as C&D recycling, is the process of recovering valuable resources from an array of inert waste streams otherwise sent to a landfill.

C&D recycling supports responsible material processing for a cleaner and more sustainable future and to work toward a circular economy. It provides the ability to meet the growing demand for construction aggregates while reducing the reliance on natural resources. C&D recycling also provides a cost-effective alternative to multi-treatment or disposal processes by reducing energy and tipping costs as well as increasing the lifespan of mines and landfills.

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    McLanahan Corporation, headquartered in Hollidaysburg, PA, remains a world leader in the development and manufacture of aggregate process equipment and systems. Founder, James Craig McLanahan, established a focus on inventing, designing, improving and building the most efficient and rugged equipment for the most demanding industries. Today, 175 years since its founding, our reputation for these same qualities spans the globe. Now in its 6th generation of family ownership and a restructured organization, McLanahan is ready for the next century of business.

    McLanahan Corporation’s Aggregate Division offers a wide range of aggregate processing equipment for sand processing, scrubbing, classifying, crushing, fines recovery and water management. They specialize in process solutions for construction aggregates such as limestone granite, sand, gravel and other similar minerals.