Learn more about what Synchor Recycling makes from our recycling and grinding services. From recycled asphalt generated from shingles to concrete, wood and drywall, Synchor Recycling is proud of the products we produce from the materials we recycle.
Of all the materials we make at Synchor Recycling, RaZphalt is our very own unique product. It has taken us over two years of trial and error to come up with RaZphalt. We tried binding agents, emulsifiers, as well as adding in oil and other ingredients. Finally, we stumbled on the proprietary formula that would make RaZphalt what it is now. Not only is RaZphalt 100% unique to Synchor Recycling, we are also proud of the fact that we have developed an environmentally conscious product that is helping to keep recyclable materials out of the landfill. Having spent over two years to create RaZphalt, we are confident you will love it as much as we do.
By blending together Recycled Asphalt and Recycled Asphalt Shingles, we have taken the best that both materials have to offer and created a hybrid that will give you a high quality material which reacts differently than standard Recycled Asphalt. Due to the high oil content found in Recycled Asphalt Shingles, RaZphalt binds together and sheds water better than standard Recycled Asphalt.
Perfect for gravel driveways and parking lots, RaZphalt was developed with dust control and cost effectiveness in mind. RaZphalt is transported, applied and rolled the same way that traditional Recycled Asphalt would be. This was done to make sure that there wouldn’t be any additional costs that would deter our clients from being able to use RaZphalt. Although it sounds too good to be true, we are confident that once you try RaZphalt, you won’t want anything else. Find out more by clicking the link below.
The recycled asphalt shingles that Synchor Recycling receives is turned into ground-up asphalt shingles which can be used in a variety of projects. Markets that can use recycled asphalt shingles include hot mix asphalt, cold patches, alternative fuel, temporary roads and driveways, aggregate road bases, and as a dust control agent with gravel or other recycled aggregates. Recycled asphalt shingles can help save money on projects and is environmentally beneficial to Calgarians.
By incorporating recycled asphalt into your roadwork projects, you can cut down costs on the material. You will also be taking an active role in keeping harmful asphalt aggregates out of the local landfills in Calgary. They can also be used to produce energy in some applications. Another way that recycled asphalt shingles can be used is as a dust control agent either laid out over gravel or mixed in with aggregates to form a blend. Due to the high oil content in shingles, as pressure and heat are applied to the ground up shingles, they bind together with the surrounding aggregate preventing dust particles from escaping. This is perfect for gravel driveways, parking lots and other commercial yards.
Make sure you contact us so that you can learn more about recycled asphalt shingles and the uses that these initiatives have. Save money and be more environmentally friendly when you work on your next project. Calgary deserves a community that is aware of harmful practices and the potential benefits that they can implement themselves. Reach out to get started!
Synchor Recycling is quickly becoming one of the leading companies in Calgary that deals with mixed wood waste. Although wood has been recycled for years, it isn’t until recently that Synchor Recycling found a solution to the mixed wood that has been collecting in landfills for years. By grinding it down to a usable size, we are able to give this wood a second and even third life. This has helped us to divert thousands of tonnes of wood waste away from the local Calgary landfills in the last year.
Mixed Wood Waste is the term we use for wood that isn’t considered clean. Mixed wood waste includes pressure treated lumber, painted wood, OSB, plywood, pallets, dimensional lumber, and even a little bit of MDF. Synchor DOES NOT deal in Creosote treated wood at this time.
Make sure you contact us if you have any questions about the type of wood waste we take at our facility. Calgary is a great community to live in and we want to make sure it stays that way. Help us maintain our beautiful city by recycling with us today!