Hardcore
KER Skip are an edfirst registered supplier
KER Skip are an edfirst registered supplier

Aggregates Rushden & Thrapston

With people and businesses getting more environmentally conscious, there is a lot of pressure on the construction and other industries to recycle inorganic waste. Many industries are now getting their acts together, and a lot of this waste is being turned into aggregate, as a result. Kerplant offers construction materials that are not just environment-friendly, but are also pure and of the highest quality. Our materials go a long way in alleviating the pressure exerted on the environment.

An aggregate refers to a granular material derived from natural rock substances. At Kerplant, we offer them in 1.5 and 3 inches size. Our aggregates are recycled from construction and demolition waste, and these can be used as fill material, sub-base material or general construction material. Our aggregates can be used in for roadwork, railways and all types of construction.

Hardcore In Thrapston

The recycling process used to make our aggregates

Just like aggregate, hardcore is also used in the construction industry. Formed from broken concrete, bricks and/or stones, it does not absorb water, or deteriorate. This infill material is crucial in building construction and other structure projects. We, at Kerplant, offer the material in two different sizes – 1 inch and 3 inches, and specialise in delivering it at a short notice.

If you operate in Rushden or the surrounding areas, and are looking for quality aggregate or hardcore, contact us today. We would be glad to offer you options that suit your construction needs. With Kerplant, you never have to worry about delayed deliveries, even if you place in the order at short notice. As a result, there will be no issues of halting the construction work, or getting worried about substandard construction materials. Call us on 01604 780 180 or send us a free enquiry via our contact page and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

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