Virginia concrete recycling facility opens

Virginia concrete recycling facility opens

Nova Recon will service the metro D.C. area.

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October 19, 2016
Concrete and Aggregates Mixed C&D
nova recon equipmentNova Recon, www.novarecon.com, has opened a new construction recycling facility in Manassas, Prince William County, Virginia, offering concrete crushing to the construction industry in the metro D.C. area. Located off I-66 at 7320 Old Compton Rd., the 6-acre facility features top-of-the-line machinery to process, screen, and sort crushed concrete products. Nova Recon is open 6 days a week and by appointment for contract drop-offs outside of normal operating hours. 

Nova Recon also offers on-site crushing services for reclaiming concrete debris at construction sites. Over 140 million tons of concrete are recycled each year. Concrete recycling provides a second life for the rubble generated in construction demolition by creating aggregate that can be reused in various construction applications such as roadways, ready mix concrete, erosion control and landscaping. Concrete recycling helps keep concrete out of landfills, reduces hauling and construction costs. NOVA RECON is addressing environmental issues by providing this service with the goal of taking an active role in the local construction recycling industry.

Nova Recon sells the recycled concrete products.