He sees the future of this industry expanding, as well, with a bet-ter
variety of products becoming available other than filler material,
as well as technological advancements to machinery and the porta-bility
“They were using the crushed concrete
for semitrailers and heavy equipment
to pass and it worked just fine.”
– Clint Fiessel, Rock Crusher Recycling
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“Yes, it’s something that has been around for a long time – dozens
of years,” he said. “It’s definitely more popular in Alberta and even in
Ontario… so it has some catching up to in Saskatchewan. We think
it’s a better way to build roads with recycled materials.”
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