EBH Concrete Recycling Trucks

Waste Types Accepted

VENM (Virgin Excavated Natural Material)
Natural material (eg. clay, gravel, sand, soil or fine rocks) which has been excavated or quarried from areas that are not contaminated with manufactured chemicals, or with process residues, as a result of industrial, commercial, mining or agricultural activities and does not contain any sulphide ores or soils or any other waste. VENM includes excavated natural material that meets such criteria for virgin excavated natural material as may be approved for the time being pursuant to an EPA Gazettal notice.

ENM (Excavated Natural Material)
ENM is naturally occurring rock and soil (including materials such as sandstone, shale, clay and soil) that has been excavated from the ground which contains at least 98 per cent (by weight) natural material and it does not meet the definition of Virgin Excavated Natural Material (VENM).

GSW (General Soild Waste)
Household waste containing putrescible organics, waste from garbage bins collected by the Council, manure, disposable nappies, food waste, animal waste etc.

GSW Recyclable (CT1)
Mixed loads of soil or clays that contain any of the following, concrete, bricks, pavers, roof tiles, ceramic tiles, aggregates and gravel, organic or vegetation matter, wood or timber products plastic PVC or small amounts of construction and demolition waste products.

Demolition Waste
Demolition waste is debris from destruction of a building. The following are various different types of demolition waste:

1) Concrete
Concrete includes structural concrete (reinforcing steel) pipe, internal tiles and roof tiles. Concrete loads shall not contain any of the following: asbestos or fibrous cement material, soil or clay, organic or vegetation matter, wood or timber products, plastic, PVC or vinyl products.
2) Bricks
Bricks include internal tiles, pavers and terracotta roof tiles (no asbestos). Brick loads shall not contain any of the following: asbestos or fibrous cement material, soil or clay, organic or vegetation matter, wood or timber products, plastic, PVC or vinyl products.
3) Concrete and Brick mix
Mixed loads include concrete, bricks, pavers, roof tiles. ceramic tiles, aggregates and gravel. Brick loads shall not contain any of the following: asbestos or fibrous cement material, soil or clay, organic or vegetation matter, wood or timber products, plastic, PVC or vinyl products.
4) Asphalt
Asphalt loads include profiling and excavated reclaimed asphalt pavement. No asbestos or fibrous cement material, soil or clay, organic or vegetation matter, wood or timber products, plastic, PVC or vinyl products.

Waste Not Accepted

Asbestos Waste
Asbestos waste means any waste that contains asbestos. There are two types of asbestos:
Bonded asbestos: means any material (other than friable asbestos material) that contains asbestos (for example, fibro, asbestos cement sheeting, asbestos pipes)
Friable asbestos: means any material that contains asbestos and is in the form of a powder or can be crumbled, pulverised or reduced to powder by hand pressure when dry.