Advanced Construction Waste Treatment Technology Is in Great Need

There is no doubt that the reutilization of construction waste is the current most effective methods of construction waste treatment, which is in urgent need of advanced construction waste treatment technology and construction waste processing equipment.

Construction waste recycling is the separation and recycling of recoverable waste materials generated during construction and remodeling. The recycling projects produce renewable material. Fote Machinery Construction waste recycling mobile equipment has become advanced by absorbing German advanced construction waste disposal technology. It integrates feeding, crushing, conveying, screening, washing and dust removing together and is widely used in construction waste recycling, mining waste processing, engineering construction, mining and other industries. Great features of Fote Machinery Construction waste recycling mobile crusher is including:

1. Flexible, easy to operate, highly mobile, can save a lot of infrastructure and relocation costs;

2. Professional building construction waste disposal problem , environmental pollution, resource recycling and reuse to play a very good effect on the material site crushing without material transported from the scene and then broken;

3. Mobile crusher can move with the advance of mining of raw materials surface, thereby significantly reducing the transportation costs of materials;

4. High working efficiency and saving unnecessary costs greatly.

Construction waste such as brick, stone, concrete, etc., can substitute for sand in masonry mortar, plaster mortar and concrete cushion after processing. Waste concrete blocks after fine crushing can be mixed with standard sand to be used as fine aggregate for wall and ground plastering, paving brick making and so on. Fote Machinery's mobile crusher not only solves the environmental pollution and land occupation issues caused by construction waste, but also realizes the reutilization of construction waste, promoting...