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The management of the waste generated by construction and demolition has become an important issue -- a subject of debate and often, of dispute. In reality, inert waste is not a problem for worksites. It is and must become a resource. Construction debris, for example, can be processed by MB Crusher machinery and transformed into material ready for re-use on the site itself, or sold for other applications. In this way, companies are no longer compelled to dispose of construction debris at the dump, but can put it back into the work cycle, saving time and earning money.
According to Italy-based MB S.p.A, the cleaner and more homogeneous the material obtained after a recycling process is, the more value it will have, both economically and ecologically. Being able to use inert materials of quality - or being able to resell them to third-party companies - is now a deciding factor for being competitive. It is precisely for this reason that having in-house machinery such as the highly productive MB Crusher screening bucket, which can quickly select any material that is homogeneous in size, makes all the difference.
MB CRUSHER has announced availability of the BF90.3 S4 Crusher Bucket to the Canadian construction and recycling market. According to the Italy-based manufacturer, the BF90.3 was the first crusher bucket in the world ever made. Designed to handle the most challenging conditions on any site, the BF90.3 is built to be extremely compact and versatile and has been updated and made more powerful over the years. Suitable for all crushing operations, it maintains the same results in terms of performance with all types of inert material.
MB-R hydraulic drum cutters are available in 3 models for excavators from 6 to 35 tons. They are particularly suitable for levelling concrete surfaces, quarry excavation, tunnelling, demolition and road works.
The ongoing renewal of the real estate market and, most importantly, the renovation of numerous decommissioned industrial areas highlight the problem of handling construction and demolition waste. This problem not only arises during the waste material disposal process, it often begins at the construction site, given the need to reduce materials to a size that would facilitate delivery to the landfill or allow them to be reused immediately as a filling material and for foundations. While the more traditional solution ensures high productivity, it poses a series of complex problems related to all the necessary authorizations that must be obtained.
Ideal for natural material selection, pre- and post-crushing, the MB-LS140 screening bucket from MB Crusher can reduce crushing time up to 60 percent, making for quick material recovery.
Only a little more than 11 years have passed since MB designed and launched its bucket crusher but it has been sufficient to make the market recognize the revolutionary usefulness linked to the capability of crushing directly on site. Today MB products are increasingly common and are often part of the standard equipment for operating in quarries, mines, demolition, earthmoving, digging, road works, building, environmental clean-up, and pipe laying and repair.