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RMC factory is a RMC factory after all

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When we talk about remaining/returned concrete we must think about how to treat it and how to sell the obtained recycled material.

To treat it we can think about many different solutions.

To be able to sell the recycled material is maybe the most difficult task.

Even if we can treat it well, if we can't get rid of the recycled material it makes no sense.

One of our ways to get rid of it is to reuse the IWA aggregates to produce a new recycled concrete.

We call it ECON, if we use 100% IWA aggregates to substitute the natural aggregates and we call it Non-JIS concrete if we use up to 30%.

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These pictures have been taken at one of our customer's jobsite. It is Non-JIS concrete and the name of the customer is Atelier KAZU.

The people working at the jobsite told us that the handling was very easy and the concrete was good as a "normal" concrete.

The main job of a RMC factory is to produce and sell RMC.

Besides that we are trying to open different paths, by selling recycled aggregates and treating and recycling sludge too.

We are still waiting for Japan's rules to change, allowing us to use our recycled concrete also in jobsites where the JIS mark is required. But it will take time.

For now, we can count on the support of local users, like Atelier KAZU, that appreciate our efforts to produce and sell a cheap, good and environmental friendly recycled concrete.

Later on, in the near future, also the big GCs will realize that we are on the right path and will give us their support too.

I believe.

 

Mitsuya Miyamoto (translated by Alberto Ferrari)

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