Yes, concrete is recyclable. The concrete from demolition sites is collected, crushed, and processed to separate the aggregate (gravel/rocks) from the cement paste. The recycled aggregate can then be reused as a base material for roads, and driveways, or as a partial replacement for virgin aggregate in new concrete production. Recycling concrete reduces the need for extracting new virgin materials, cuts construction waste going to landfills, and provides an economical source of aggregate. It is an increasingly common practice that offers both environmental and economic benefits over disposing of concrete debris.

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