We take raw aggregate materials and create a specific product used in road, driveway, patio, curb and sidewalk bases. We also take concrete and asphalt that has been removed and recycle it into a reusable aggregate product. In addition, we screen aggregates, dirt and sand to create a specific products.
We mainly do business with contractors, asphalt and concrete plants, and quarries in Southern Ontario.
We produce quality specialty products with top of the line equipment. We offer versatility and can change production sizes quicker than most. We also have a mobile crusher for smaller areas.

Company Mission

To provide Exceptional Service in mobile crushing and screening in a safe and environment friendly manner though continuoes commitment to innovative equipment, environmental standards and employee training.

Whether it is from on-site crushing or disposal at one of our Recycling Facilities.
Crushed Concrete has provided the construction industry significant economic and environmental benefits by recycling clean concrete.

Crushed concrete can take one of several different paths, recycled either on site or offsite in a variety of size classifications for a growing number of applications. By using crushed concrete products, anyone from homeowners, to landscapers, to general contractors, can help reduce landfilled concrete waste, conserve natural resources, and gain significant economic savings on materials and disposal costs.

Crushed recycled aggregates is used in nearly all forms of construction:

  • On highways for construction and maintenance
  • Street and parking lot projects

Historically, more than half of the aggregates we produce have been used in the construction and maintenance of highways, roads, and streets, and in other public works projects. The remainder has been used in the construction of housing, nonresidential buildings, commercial and industrial facilities, as railroad ballast, and in non-construction uses including agricultural and various industrial applications.
Raw and recycled materials can be crushed on site without being transported, which saves transportation cost.