Recycled Aggregates, LLC

Recycled Aggregates Recycling Concrete

Highland Park now has 21AA and 3x1 available.

We will be open on Saturdays from 7:00am to 12:00pm, at our Taylor and Highland Park locations. New 2024 Hours

Construction materials are increasingly judged by their ecological characteristics. Concrete recycling gains importance because it protects natural resources and eliminates the need for disposal by using the readily available concrete as an aggregate source for new concrete or other applications.recycling edited

Recycling of concrete is a relatively simple process. It involves breaking, removing, and crushing existing concrete into a material with a specified size and quality. Reinforcing steel and other embedded items, if any, must be removed, and care must be taken to prevent contamination by other materials that can be troublesome, such as asphalt, soil and clay balls, chlorides, glass, gypsum board, sealants, paper, plaster, wood, and roofing materials. Recycled concrete aggregates produced from all but the poorest quality original concrete can be expected to pass the same tests required of conventional aggregates.

The simple act of recycling the concrete reduces the amount of material that must be landfilled. The concrete itself becomes aggregate and any embedded metals can be removed and recycled as well. Recycling concrete provides sustainability in several different ways. As space for landfills becomes premium, this not only helps reduce the need for landfills, but also reduces the economic impact of the project. Moreover, using recycled concrete aggregates reduces the need for virgin aggregates. This in turn reduces the environmental impact of the aggregate extraction process. By removing both the waste disposal and new material production needs, transportation requirements for the project are significantly reduced.

Five Area Locations

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Safety Data Sheet

         Table of Contents

  1. General Identification
  2. Hazard Identification
  3. Composition of Ingredients
  4. First Aid Measures
  5. Fire Fighting Measures
  6. Accidental Release Measures
  7. Handling and Storing
  8. Exposure Controls/Personal Protection
  9. Physical and Chemical Properties
  10. Stability and Reactivity
  11. Toxicology Information
  12. Ecological Information
  13. Disposal Considerations
  14. Transport Information
  15. Regulatory Information


After Hours Dumping

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News from Recycled Aggregates

Great Lakes Aggregates Featured in Dry Bulk Magazine

May 14, 2020

Great Lakes Aggregates was featured in Dry-Bulk Magazine, the Spring Edition, for the utilization of Stockpile Reports to perform volumetric data collection of our stockpiles. Stockpile Reports interviewed Chris Kinney, President, Great Lakes Aggregates and Keith Childress, Quality Control Manager. Read the article here: Dry Bulk Spring 2020

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Dust Monitoring at Crooks Road Plant

September 18, 2018

The Safety Department monitoring dust concentrations throughout the concrete recycling process at the Crooks Road plant.

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Recycled Aggregates Proudly Supports the Highland Park Police K9 Unit

August 25, 2017

Tom Downs, Operations Manager, Recycled Aggregates invited Highland Park Police K-9 Officer, Christopher Zuellig and K-9 “Trexx” to demonstrate the K-9’s unique ability to locate hidden narcotics at Recycled Aggregates Highland Park location. Trexx is a 2 year old Dutch Shepherd that specializes in narcotics detection, tracking and patrol. Recycled Aggregates is proud to support the…

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