Recycling Asphalt & Concrete

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RedStone is committed to sustainable and environmentally friendly processes. That’s why we offer asphalt and concrete recycling services alongside all of our construction projects. Recycled asphalt – also known as “reclaimed asphalt” – is reprocessed pavement that contains asphalt and aggregates. With our in-house asphalt plants, RedStone is able to haul away, break down, and repurpose your old asphalt and metal-free concrete for future projects. This benefits both the environment and the consumer in many ways. When the cost of materials goes down due to recycling, we can pass those savings along to customers. It can also help you qualify for certain funding or projects from the EPA and DOT, which are pushing sustainability in new construction.

RedStone is currently able to provide the following concrete and asphalt recycling services:

  • Asphalt
  • Concrete (metal-free)
  • Chunks and slabs from full-depth pavement removal
  • Plant cleanout
  • Reject material or excess returned from jobs

Recycling Asphalt & Concrete

The Best at What We Do

RedStone is committed to sustainable and environmentally friendly processes. That’s why we offer asphalt and concrete recycling services alongside all of our construction projects. Recycled asphalt – also known as “reclaimed asphalt” – is reprocessed pavement that contains asphalt and aggregates. With our in-house asphalt plants, RedStone is able to haul away, break down, and repurpose your old asphalt and metal-free concrete for future projects. This benefits both the environment and the consumer in many ways. When the cost of materials goes down due to recycling, we can pass those savings along to customers. It can also help you qualify for certain funding or projects from the EPA and DOT, which are pushing sustainability in new construction.

RedStone is currently able to provide the following concrete and asphalt recycling services:

  • Asphalt
  • Concrete (metal-free)
  • Chunks and slabs from full-depth pavement removal
  • Plant cleanout
  • Reject material or excess returned from jobs

Asphalt & Concrete recycling in Arkansas

RedStone tries to use recycled asphalt and concrete whenever possible and desired by the client. Recycled materials replace the need for virgin asphalt in just about any project or roadway. We can use recycled asphalt in virtually any mix (in accordance with industry best practices), including the base, binder, and surface courses—also for alleys, potholes, utility cuts, and any application where cold patches are traditionally used.

Because we own our own asphalt plants, stone quarries, and sand plant, we’re able to safely and efficiently process all asphalt and metal-free concrete products in-house. Every year we keep tons of asphalt and concrete from gathering in the local landfill, preserve tons of rock from being unnecessarily quarried, and circumvent unnecessary greenhouse gas emissions from being released into the atmosphere. We are dedicated to helping you reduce your company’s carbon footprint wherever possible.