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Revenue from rubble

Donoghue Waste Management based in the south of England, has found savings in using the Rubblemaster RM60 crusher.

The waste firm receives around 8,000 tonnes a year of brick, concrete and mixed rubble which needs to be separated and processed at two recycling locations.

The machine has enabled it to process what was once a waste costing £80/tonne to dispose of, into building material such as crushed hardcore, backfill and pipe bedding. Crushed hardcore can be sold for £10/tonne.

Donoghue has been using the RM60 since May, and has calculated that the machine will save it £640,000 a year in disposal costs and generate a revenue of £80,000.

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