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RubbleMaster machine helps turn waste into profit for Dunmow

RubbleMaster RM70GO crusher

RubbleMaster RM70GO crusher produces saleable recycled materials for Dunmow Waste Management

FAMILY-owned Dunmow specialize in offering a number of different waste-management solutions to an extensive range of customers.

Sam Malins, managing director, explained that after having recently invested in a RubbleMaster RM70GO compact crusher from ECY Haulmark, they are now able to continue their ongoing policy of achieving zero waste to landfill.

Where previously there was very little they could do with the general builders waste being delivered; with the RubbleMaster RM70GO unit, however, they are now able to produce a high-quality recycled product for resale. The crusher is currently processing around 1,000 tonnes of construction waste per day for Dunmow.

Edward Barnes, director of Dunmow, said the reason they were impressed with the RubbleMaster RM70GO over other crusher models available on the market was the simplicity of the machine and ease of use.

He commented: ‘We took a demonstration of the machine from ECY Haulmark, processing the waste material we had stockpiled in the yard and could not believe how such a compact machine could deal so well with the separation of the concrete and rebar while producing a product we could resell.’

Operations manager David Johnson said the RubbleMaster had become a great addition to the Dunmow setup. He commented: ‘It copes brilliantly with brick, concrete, ceramics and having the over band magnet fitted separates the rebar very efficiently into its own pile. It really produces a nice clean crushed material. Also because it’s tracked and so compact we have the ability to transport it and crush onsite when necessary.’

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