Wash Plant

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Washing plants process construction and civil engineering wastes into a clean homogenous recycled product by removing contaminants and extracting silt and clay which bind the constituents together.

R Collard’s wash plant boasts the latest generation washing system with innovative new modular technology and has an annual production capacity of 250,000 tonnes.

Special features include:

  • Cyclone technology produces high-grade coarse sand product with <2% silt content
  • Integrated sorting systems removing more non-mineral contaminants enabling more wastes to be used as feedstock
  • The plant can operate all year round due to a new feeder system which can process cohesive material even when its moisture content changes
  • Fully adjustable components enable bespoke products to be generated
  • 120tph wash plant for processing a large variety of recycled aggregates. This means material which previously would have been sent to landfill can be processed to recover up to 80% of the aggregates and produce quality materials for reuse in construction
  • Modular design allows for the plant to be configured specifically to suit our customer’s current or future requirements.
  • The electric feed system is based on the industry leading Powerscreen Warrior 1400X
  • Industry leading electrical control system with operator friendly controls to help predict and prevent problems.
  • The cleanest washed materials even with high input of trash and clay

The development of the Eversley wash plant has helped us reduce the cost, fuel consumption and the carbon footprint of processing inert waste and supplying high-grade recycled aggregate which has been supplied to a number of recent schemes including:

  • M3 Smart Motorway project
  • M4 widening scheme
  • Shinfield Relief Road
  • Arborfield Garrison
  • Bracknell Town Centre regeneration

 

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