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Concrete waste recovered from demolition waiting to be processed at a recycling facility.
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About The Clips: Varied shots of demolition concrete debris before it is processed for recycling. Panning shots from an excavated concrete cylinder to a construction site. Shot of a road maintenance worker picking up pieces of broken concrete at a road repair site. Panning shots of a pile of large broken concrete pieces and an adjacent pile of recovered concrete rebar at a recycling facility. One shot finishes with a zoom in to a close-up of a concrete rebar pile. Shot beginning with a view of a conveyor and a huge pile of crushed concrete in the background, then panning shot of a pile of broken concrete slabs and cylinders. Static shot of the same concrete pile. A pan and then a static wide shot of a recycling facility with piles of concrete and rebar in the foreground. These shots also show a large pile of recycled concrete base rock. Static shot of a large shovel with a pile of concrete in foreground.
Comments On Clip Subjects: Recycling concrete saves landfill capacity and money on disposal fees, saves energy on quarrying new rock, and reduces disruption of the natural environment from quarry operations. Recycling rebar from concrete also saves energy and water and reduces air and water pollution.