Concrete Disposal

Introduction to Concrete Disposal

There are several methods to dispose of concrete from demolition sites. The best way depends on the scale and quantity of the material.

For small quantities:

  • Hire a skip and let someone else deal with it
  • Hire a wagon and take it to landfill

For larger quantities:

  • Crush it on site and use it a fill
  • Sell it or pay a small fee to take it to a waste transfer & recycling centre

The trend of recycling material in transfer stations helps with the disposal of concrete. The advantage for the contractor or homeowner is they do not have to pay landfill tax. If the concrete is clean, the transfer station may take the material for no charge, or could even pay a little for it.

The advantage of the waste transfer station is they can obtain very competitive priced materials to recycle and convert into a profit.

Concrete Disposal

What Percentage of a Demolition Site are Recycled Aggregates?

The percentage of concrete depends on the building or structure being demolished. For example, the recycled aggregates in the demolition of Welling borough Swimming pool in the UK was 75%

For the housing estate at Kings Crescent Estate, Hackney, UK, the percentage was 89%. This site produced 2,680 tonnes of recycled aggregates. The aggregates were crushed and reused on site for fill and concrete production.

The best way to maximise profit from a demolition project is to prepare a pre-demolition audit. The pre-demolition audit will give you the information to plan and negotiate the best methods to deal with the demolition materials.

Demolition Materials From Kings Crescent Estate

How To Take Advantage of Concrete Disposal

With a large amount of crushed concrete and aggregates on a construction site, you can make your own concrete rather than buy in ready-mix.

The difference in price in the UK is €30 per m3

The Hackney site above produced 2,680 tonnes of aggregate. If 50% of this was used to make concrete the volume would be around 1,000m3 depending on the mix and use of quarried materials. The saving or profit would be around €30,000

Fibo Intercon manufactures a range of mobile batching plant including 15, 30, 45 m3/hr output.

For a 8 hour shift the plant can produce between 100 to 300 m3 of concrete per day. With a difference of €30 m3 the profit earned can be between €3,000 to €9,000 per day.

The plant is mobile and can be moved from site to site maximising productivity and utilisation.

The image to the right is a B1800 concrete batching plant delivering 25m3/hr output.

Concrete being produced from demolition aggregates for a new office building in Denmark. The process demonstrates an effective circular economy, reducing CO2 and delivering sustainability.  

About The Author

Bob Evans is the Marketing Director for Fibo Intercon.

Bob has been in the construction and civil engineering industry for over forty years.

You can ask Bob a question on Concrete Disposal or any other question on concrete or concrete batching plant by texting him on 07896 246 224 or Book a CALL.

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You can check Bob’s availability and book a call to suite your diary.

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It does not require a cast foundation, it can be placed on any even surface.

Our concrete batching plants are designed and built to a very high standard, so it will last more than fifteen years – this insures a very high return on your investment.

Fibo Intercon supply a large range of high quality concrete batching plant with a dosing accuracy of +-3% for standard machines and +-1% for our pre-weighing machines..

Below you can see a small selection of our standard machines, there can be set up and ready to go within two hours.

Understanding Concrete Admixtures


Capacity: 4-5M3/hour
Mini Viking is the ideal solution for small and medium-sized construction projects.

Understanding Concrete Admixtures


Capacity: 10-16M3/hour
B1200 is a compact, mobile batching plant assembled on a joint twin-axle bogie trailer.


Capacity: 25-45M3/hour
M2200 is a mobile batching plant assembled on a joint triple-axle bogie trailer with turn able front axle.


Capacity: 25-60M3/hour
T2200 is a mobile batching plant assembled on a common twin-axle step frame semi trailer.

Horizontal & Vertical Silos

Capacity: 15-66M3
Fibo intercon supplies big bag silos as well as vertical and horizontal cement silos.

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