Is your house ‘rubbish’? If not, maybe it should be

By Leila Steed31 May 2023

Footage shows how German company Büscher demolished an existing structure and then used the waste materials to build a new house.

The construction and demolition waste from the initial demolition works was recycled with crushing and screening equipment from Keestrack, which produced a range of secondary building products suitable for the new house.

In the end, 75% recycled construction and demolition waste was used to build the now house, which also included load-bearing and non-load-bearing interior walls made from 100% recycled aggregates.

For more details on how the project was carried out, click below.

The house built with recycled construction and demolition waste Crushing and screening company’s key role in project
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