Timber Recycling | Concrete Recycling | Masonry Waste

Learn all the necessary details about masonry, construction and demolition waste and recycling. Recycle timber, concrete and other masonry waste. - Timber Recycling | Concrete Recycling | Masonry Waste



+ reduced environmental impact when recycling compared to production

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financial savings by recycling concrete vs production


of Australia's total recovered waste in 18-19 was masonry material

Australians generate more Construction and Demolition waste (C&D Waste) than any other waste stream including council collections (Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment & Blue Environment, 2020), Redooo aims to reduce the amount of waste individuals contribute to landfill by providing solutions for a number of waste streams including concrete recycling, C&D waste sorting, Metal Recycling and Timber recycling.

All construction and demolition waste collected, typically via a hook lift bin due to the weight, will be transported to a waste recovery centre where any recoverable materials will be transported on for recycling by approved and compliant service providers. Recycled Construction materials are often re-used in development of gravel, retaining walls, garden beds, and in foundations.

Typically Clean Concrete Recycling is done by using heavy machinery to crush or pulverize the concrete, where foreign materials can be filtered and removed, this ensures contributions to recycling require little intervention from recyclers and circular economy is achieved and the mining of raw materials is ideally kept to a minimum.

Redooo also offers untreated timber recycling, these bins are often bulkier and can handle larger weights and quantities. This service has multiple benefits for businesses particularly on a recurring basis; the separation of timber from General waste significantly reduces the weight of general waste services and increases recycling rates. Recycled untreated timber is used in the manufacturing of furniture, construction or is mulched to make new timber products.

For timber to be recycled it must be untreated. Painted timber, varnished timber, stained timber or treated timber can contain harmful chemicals and cannot be recycled.

Important notice

Please note that acceptance criteria varies across States and Territories. Have a look at our Allowed and Prohibited lists below to get an understanding, however in order to receive information about the most recent regulation, please visit you local council website.

Unless noted otherwise, Hazardous Materials** and Dangerous Goods*** are strictly banned in all waste streams. If you are not sure or have a requirement to dispose of any of these types of items please contact us and we will find a solution for you.

**Hazardous Materials - Unless explicitly allowed, Hazardous Materials include Aerosol Cans, Tyres, Batteries, Asbestos, Chemicals of any kind, Oil Heaters, Gas Bottles, Fire Extinguishers, Old Insulation, Fibro, Fibreglass roof sheeting, Fibro-cement sheeting, Ammunition, Flares, Paint, Paint Related Products, Other Prescribed or Hazardous Wastes, Bio Wastes or any Liquid or Flammable Waste like Fuel and Oil, Poisons, or any other Liquid Waste. If you are not sure or have a requirement to dispose of any of these types of items please contact us and we will find a solution for you.

***Dangerous Goods - Unless explicitly allowed, Dangerous Goods include Explosive Substances and Articles, Gases, Flammable Liquids and Solids, Self-Reactive Substances and Solid Desensitized Explosives, Substances liable to spontaneous combustion, substances which, in contact with Water, emit Flammable and/or Toxic Gases, Oxidizing Substances, Organic Peroxides, Toxic Substances, Infectious Substances, Radioactive Material, Corrosive Substances, Miscellaneous Dangerous Substances and Articles. If you are not sure or have a requirement to dispose of any of these types of items please contact us and we will find a solution for you..