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What type of equipment is used to crush bricks?

Bricks are usually recycled into an aggregate product by crushing them with something like a jaw or impact crusher, then separating them into different sizes using a scalping screen.

Why should you recycle your bricks?

Recycling bricks can make or save you a lot of money. If you are paying to dump material with fuel, driver costs, and dump fees plus paying for material on your jobs it could be substantially cheaper to recycle your bricks on site. You could also break down and process your bricks to sell to other contractors — creating a new revenue stream for your business.