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Aggregates » Railway Recycling

Network Rail receives over 1m tonnes of spent track ballast at our Aggregate Handling Depots per annum. This means we have a lot of aggregate for sale. The majority of this material is recycled through screening, crushing and washing processes that make it suitable for re-use in both rail network projects, DIY projects and the construction industry as a whole. Our range of aggregate materials ...

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Railway ballast recycling plants from CDE Global

Railway Ballast Recycling. During both new railway projects and upgrading of existing railway infrastructure the recycling of in-situ railway ballast will allow you to: Reduce project costs – recycling operations are typically located closer to market; Produce recycled railway ballast suitable for reinstatement on your railway project

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Depots » Railway Recycling

Spent Ballast* 6F2* 70/30* Type 1* 10-20mm washed* 40-20mm washed* 40+ washed* Steel Rail. 5ft Steel Rail. Con Rail. Cast. Smalls. SC. Crewe LDC. Basford Hall Sidings, Gresty Road, Crewe, Cheshire, CW2 5AA. Concrete Sleepers. Softwood Sleepers. Hardwood Sleepers. Steel Sleepers. Softwood Timbers. Hardwood Timbers . Panels. Spent Ballast. 6F2. 70/30. Type 1. Steel Rail. Con Rail

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Recycling recovered railway materials at our Whitemoor ...

14/03/2018  Ballast – the stones beneath the track – is removed from the railway, from conventional work sites and by our High Output Ballast Cleaner Systems. These high-tech machines travel along the railway at night removing dirty, worn ballast and replacing it with clean, more angular pieces. The dirty ballast is taken to a High Output Operations Base, and from here it is delivered to Whitemoor by ...

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70/30mm Recycled Trail Track Ballast Suppliers Free ...

Other Name(s): Recycled Railway Ballast Consists of: Pure granite crushed. 70/30mm Recycled Rail Track Ballast has been removed from rail track use as part of Network Rail's track renewal work. The resulting Rail Track Ballast is then re-screened to remove any debris leaving a very good quality recycled rail track ballast suitable for a variety of applications.

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(PDF) Treatment and recovery of contaminated railway ballast

Experimental tests of metal extraction from stones sampled from artificially contaminated railway ballasts are presented and discussed. Metal extraction was performed by washing with aqueous ...

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Treatment and recovery of contaminated railway ballast

Key words: Railway ballast, track maintenance, metal extraction, EDTA, leaching tests 1. Introduction Railway ballast, consisting of a mixture of rocks of di erent size and nature, ensures geometry and stability of the railway track, by damping the vibrations caused by the vehicle tra c and allowing water drainage. Several minerals can be used, including either metamorphic rocks, such as ...

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Ballast cleaner - Wikipedia

Ballast cleaning removes this worn ballast, screens it and replaces the "dirty" worn ballast with fresh ballast. The advantage of ballast cleaning is that it can be done by an on-track machine without removing the rail and sleepers, and it is therefore cheaper than a total excavation. In the 19th century and early 20th century, ballast was ...

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Track ballast - Wikipedia

Track ballast should never be laid down less than 150 mm (6 inches) thick, and high-speed railway lines may require ballast up to 0.5 metres (20 inches) thick. An insufficient depth of ballast causes overloading of the underlying soil, and in unfavourable conditions, overloading the soil causes the track to sink, usually unevenly. Ballast less than 300 mm (12 inches) thick can lead to ...

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Rail Track Ballast - Tarmac

Rail ballast aggregate is typically 30-50mm aggretate. Hard and tough stone is required for rail ballast. Resists the severe attrition in a railway trackbed environment. Tarmac ballast is typically granite as its strength delivers natural durability. , although other aggregate types can satisfy the requirements for trackbed ballast . To ensure safety and performance materials are quailty ...

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On-rail ballast recycling makes for sustainability

Download Citation On-rail ballast recycling makes for sustainability Recycling used ballast merits high priority nowadays. From both an environmental and an economic perspective, sustainable ...

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Treatment and recovery of contaminated railway ballast

Key words: Railway ballast, track maintenance, metal extraction, EDTA, leaching tests 1. Introduction Railway ballast, consisting of a mixture of rocks of di erent size and nature, ensures geometry and stability of the railway track, by damping the vibrations caused by the vehicle tra c and allowing water drainage. Several minerals can be used, including either metamorphic rocks, such as ...

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Recycled Track Ballast Silverton Aggregates

Recycled Track Ballast; Recycled Track Ballast. Description; Enquire; 70 - 30mm high quality track ballast consisting of pure crushed granite, rescreened to remove any debris. Suitable for a variety of applications such as; hard standing, sub-bases haul roads. MINI BULK BAG. LARGE BULK BAG. ALSO AVAILABLE LOOSE (1 - 30T loads) Call Your Local Branch. Or we can call you back... Name *

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Undercutting: Removing, Replacing and Recycling

01/11/2016  Undercutting cleans impure ballast to extend track life. Watch Union Pacific's engineering team complete the process and improve track surface.

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Rail Track Ballast - Tarmac

Rail ballast aggregate is typically 30-50mm aggretate. Hard and tough stone is required for rail ballast. Resists the severe attrition in a railway trackbed environment. Tarmac ballast is typically granite as its strength delivers natural durability. , although other aggregate types can satisfy the requirements for trackbed ballast . To ensure safety and performance materials are quailty ...

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Track ballast - Wikipedia

Track ballast should never be laid down less than 150 mm (6 inches) thick, and high-speed railway lines may require ballast up to 0.5 metres (20 inches) thick. An insufficient depth of ballast causes overloading of the underlying soil, and in unfavourable conditions, overloading the soil causes the track to sink, usually unevenly. Ballast less than 300 mm (12 inches) thick can lead to ...

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Ballast cleaner - Wikipedia

Ballast cleaning removes this worn ballast, screens it and replaces the "dirty" worn ballast with fresh ballast. The advantage of ballast cleaning is that it can be done by an on-track machine without removing the rail and sleepers, and it is therefore cheaper than a total excavation. In the 19th century and early 20th century, ballast was ...

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Disposal of spoil from railway worksites RailUK Forums

21/11/2017  Whitemoor is the NTMRC (National Track Materials Recycling Centre) and takes large amounts of used ballast, track and sleepers and tries to get them back into use or sold on . Last edited: 20 Nov 2017. 20 Nov 2017 #3 F. furnessvale Established Member. Joined 14 Jul 2015 Messages 4,001. Oxfordblues said: I noted two trains of spoil at Hinksey Sidings today, loaded with spent ballast, earth

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Hazardous Treated Wood Disposal – Trackwork

you are in: Recycling > Hazardous Treated Wood Disposal. Hazardous Waste Wood Disposal . In 2003 the Environment Agency classified redundant railway sleepers treated with creosote or copper chromium Arsenic (CCA) as hazardous waste wood. In response to this we built one of the first and only Energy from Waste plants, powered predominantly by redundant Sleepers. Our Energy from Waste plant is ...

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High Output machines - Network Rail

This hinders track drainage and the flexibility of the ballast to constrain the track as it moves under traffic. Ballast cleaning removes this worn ballast, screens it and replaces the ‘dirty’ worn ballast with new angular ballast. With our modern ballast cleaner systems (BCS) there’s a significant reduction in the need for railway workers to be on the track while the work takes place ...

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Railway ballast recycling plants from CDE Asia

Your railway ballast recycling plant can also be built to facilitate the processing of other material such as construction and demolition waste or natural sand gravel and crushed rock material. Video Gallery. Railway ballast recycling in Germany. Railway Ballast recycling projects. Products. ReUrban View Product . Case Studies. Walter Feess, Stuttgart, Germany View Case Study. CDE websites ...

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On-rail ballast recycling makes for sustainability

Download Citation On-rail ballast recycling makes for sustainability Recycling used ballast merits high priority nowadays. From both an environmental and an economic perspective, sustainable ...

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Ballast bed cleaning and recycling – influence on ...

01/01/2018  The fouled and worn out ballast can be recycled and renewed regularly using recycling machines or a recycling plant close to the track. Waste management has its main goal resource conservation and environmental protection – two steps that are important also in the railway maintenance system. Therefore, with a maintenance plan regarding ballast management, important

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Long-Term Management Of Track Ballast – A Case Study In ...

While most track ballast can be recycled, some residues of recycling must be disposed of in landfills. Recent studies show, that track ballast contains various heavy metals such as copper which may prevent recycling and which require disposal in expen- sive, high quality sanitary landfills. The goal of this paper is 1. to identify the sources and pathways of copper entering the track ballast ...

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Type 1 Track Ballast (0/55mm) primary quarried recaimed ...

Type 1 Track Ballast is a primary quarried granite reclaimed from the UK’s rail networks, meeting the Department of Transport’s Specification for Highway Works, clause 803 (SHW 803). This aggregate is generally used as a sub base or general fill for large construction projects where DOT compliance is required, also benefiting from a marginal cost saving over Type 1 Limestone if delivered ...

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Recycled Track Ballast Silverton Aggregates

Recycled Track Ballast; Recycled Track Ballast. Description; Enquire; 70 - 30mm high quality track ballast consisting of pure crushed granite, rescreened to remove any debris. Suitable for a variety of applications such as; hard standing, sub-bases haul roads. MINI BULK BAG. LARGE BULK BAG. ALSO AVAILABLE LOOSE (1 - 30T loads) Call Your Local Branch. Or we can call you back... Name *

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Rail ballast recycling to continue at Kingmoor Sidings ...

Rail ballast recycling to continue at Kingmoor Sidings. Cumbria County Council has granted permission for the continuation of recycling of 200,000 tonnes a year of spent rail ballast at Kingmoor Sidings in Carlisle.

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Ballast Recycling - Air Cycle

Recycle almost any type of ballast Track your recycling progress online 24/7with online recycling reports Interested? Schedule a Pickup. Contact us with any questions you may have. FAQs Why recycle ballasts? Ballasts can contain many different components that are considered toxic such as PCBs and DEHPs. While ballasts manufactured after 1978 will be labeled “non-PCB” or “contains no PCB ...

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Hazardous Treated Wood Disposal – Trackwork

you are in: Recycling > Hazardous Treated Wood Disposal. Hazardous Waste Wood Disposal . In 2003 the Environment Agency classified redundant railway sleepers treated with creosote or copper chromium Arsenic (CCA) as hazardous waste wood. In response to this we built one of the first and only Energy from Waste plants, powered predominantly by redundant Sleepers. Our Energy from Waste plant is ...

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Rail Track Ballast Suppliers Free Delivery Nationwide ...

Rail Track Ballast is an essential part of any rail construction project. Rail Track Ballast is typically made from crushed granite which has been screened to remove undesirable fines thus creating a hard wearing, free draining and easily cleaned aggregate. Typically Rail Track Ballast is packed between, below, and around the sleepers by specialised equipment. It is used to facilitate drainage ...

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