We are pioneers of waste to energy generation in Australasia, built on the belief that developing alternatives to fossil fuel usage is integral to maintaining a sustainable environment.
The origin of our business is the diversion of waste from landfill, extracting its maximum value and ensuring that it is never wasted.
ResourceCo collects and processes Construction and Demolition (C&D) waste materials in all states of Australia, consisting of asphalt, concrete, bricks and rubble. This waste is then used to manufacture a range of recycled aggregates and recycled asphalt products.
Recycling C&D material conserves resources by extending the life of quarries and offering a full lifecycle of material/s from demolition through to resupply to site for construction carbon benefits.
ResourceCo accepts material in the Construction and Demolition, Commercial and Industrial and Mixed Construction and Demolition waste streams. This material is sorted and the ferrous and non-ferrous metals, inert fractions (bricks, concrete etc) and non-recyclables are removed.
All salvaged metals are then shipped to specialist external companies for sorting and recycling. The inert fractions are recycled and resupplied to the civil construction market as an alternative to traditional quarried products.
Other waste streams accepted are asphalt, concrete and masonry, which are recycled into rubbles and road base materials, and Clean, Wet and Mixed Fill.
ResourceCo manufactures a wide range of recycled pavement materials, aggregates, sands, bulk fills & asphalt products at various facilities. Source materials are crushed concrete, bricks and asphalt. Core products include:
ResourceCo subsidiary, Tyrecycle, is Australia’s largest collector and processor of EOL (End of Life) tyres and conveyor belts. Tyrecycle is committed to eliminating sending tyres to landfill or whole baled tyres offshore and is the only producer of Tyre Derived Fuel (TDF) that can guarantee a full chain of custody from cradle-to-grave. All products, Granule, Crumb and TDF are utilised in an environmentally sound way.
Download our resource recovery brochure for more information.