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Recycled Aggregates

We recycle highways arisings at our unique static crushing, washing and grading plants. The Recycled Asphalt Product (RAP) is used in our local asphalt plants to supply construction sites across London and Southern England. This process compliments the FM Conway self-delivery model.

At least 98% of all highway arisings from our construction projects are recovered and recycled at our unique static crushing, washing and grading plants. We can also recycle construction, demolition and excavation wastes from your construction projects to help you achieve your sustainability and circular economy targets. To view the wastes we can recycle please download the list.

All recycled aggregates are produced in accordance with our Integrated Management System demonstrating compliance with the Environment Agency’s Quality Protocol (WRAP) and industry standards such as the Specification for Highway Works.
Recycled aggregate products we can supply:

  • Type 1 sub-base SHW cl.803
  • 0/4mm recycled sharp sand
  • 4/20mm washed recycled aggregate
  • 0/20mm recycled all-in ballast

Our washing plant produces high quality washed recycled aggregate and, wherever possible, we use these materials in concrete production through our fleet of volumetric concrete mixers.

We receive, treat and recycle Asphalt Waste Containing Coal Tar (AWCCT), waste that is typically classified as hazardous. FM Conway ensures compliance with the Hazardous Waste Regulations, Duty of Care and the latest guidance from the Environment Agency. We produce treated AWCCT that meets the requirements of the Specification for Highway Works as either ex-situ cold recycled bound material (CRBM), foamed asphalt, or a hydraulically bound mixture (HBM). 

To discuss your waste recycling needs, please contact our Aggregates & Asphalt Sales Team.

Recycled Aggregates
Recycled Type 1 Sub-Base
Recycled Type 1 Sub-Base

A recycled sub-base to specification for Highway Works Clause 803.

At FM Conway we continually innovate and increasingly up-cycle highways arisings.

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