Turning waste materials into reusable & commercial products.

CORE PRODUCTS

With the increasing concerns about environmental damage and the pressure on landfill sites caused by the construction industry the Government actively encourages the use of recycled material in construction industry. Talbot Transport are specialists in this area of recycling and our machinery can turn waste materials such as hardcore, concrete, stone and bricks into a reusable and commercial product. Below is a brief overview our core products many of which are used in projects we have worked on throughout Worcestershire.

6F2

A recycled aggregate by-product of demolition projects and consists of brick, concrete and asphalt that is crushed and graded. The grading size is between 75mm and fines. This is certificated to a BS Standard (BS 1377-2).

Used for: Hard standings, building sub bases and base fill.

TYPE 1

A recycled product produced from concrete, asphalt and tarmac specified by the Highways Agency as the vital load bearing foundation in road construction. Crushed and graded from 37mm down to fines.

Used for: Final construction sub-base prior to bituminous paving and hardstandings.

FILL SAND 6N

A recycled sand graded to 15mm down to fines.

 

Used for: Noted for its compactability and excellent for filling large voids.

ROAD PLANINGS / SCALPINGS

A recycled aggregate produced from the removal of the top layer of a tarmacked surface such as a road or footpath. This material is graded from 40mm to fines.

 

Used for: This material is used for temporary roads, farm tracks and carparks.

TOPSOIL

Talbots screen large amounts of topsoil which are tested for contaminants and graded from 15mm to fines. These are produced to British standards.

 

 

Used for: The topsoils we produce are sandy loams and are well suited to amenity and sports pitches.

OUR FACTS

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15 OWNED LORRIES

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25 STAFF

MEMBERS

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15 SCHOOLS

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1000s TONNES

CRUSHED CONCRETE

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1000s TONNES TOP SOIL RECYCLED