It's a familiar scenario: you're ready to move on to the next phase of your project, but your fill is turned away, deemed not clean enough due to the presence of bricks, rocks, and other waste over 37.5mm. This not only stalls your project but also poses a significant unexpected cost.
Screening your fill to remove larger contaminants transforms it from a costly problem to a viable asset. The geo-technical engineers will thank you, and so will your accountants. Why? Because 'cleaning' your fill to 37.5mm minus is not only more environmentally friendly, it's also incredibly cost-effective.
Let's talk about cost-effectiveness. Screening 5000m³ of 'almost' clean fill typically costs between $15-18 per m³, adding a disposal fee brings it to a maximum of $25 per m³. Multiply that by 5000m³, and you're looking at a total cost of $125,000.
Now, if you were to dispose of your waste without screening, you might end up paying between $50-100 per m³. For 5000m³, that's an eye-watering $250,000 to $500,000!
This is where Soil Recycling Co steps in. By screening your material to 37.5mm, we can slash those figures down dramatically. You could be looking at savings of $25-75 per m³. Yes, you read that right! That's a potential total saving of $125,000 to $375,000.
In the current economic climate, where every dollar counts, can you afford not to consider the screening services of Soil Recycling Co? With potential savings that substantial, it's time to re-evaluate how you deal with fill that's not quite making the grade.
Why pay exorbitant fees for disposing of 'almost' clean fill when there's a smarter, cheaper alternative? Soil Recycling Co has the technology, the expertise, and the cost-saving solutions to turn your fill material woes into economic wins. So the question remains: What are you waiting for?