Lehigh Hanson builds aggregates recycling capacity in Pacific Northwest

JEV Recycling

Lehigh Hanson has acquired JEV Recycling Inc., which runs a major concrete and asphalt materials facility in Woodinville, Wash. The deal times with the addition of a similar operation in Redmond, Wash. at Cadman Inc., Lehigh Hanson’s Pacific Northwest franchise and a key Seattle market ready mixed and aggregates player. The new facility processes slab or structural rubble into recycled concrete aggregates, marketed under the brand name Revolve and suiting  ready mixed concrete or base material specs. 

 “JEV Recycling represents an important step as we grow our business beyond cement and aggregates while working to lower our environmental footprint,” says Lehigh Hanson CEO Chris Ward. “It also highlights the importance of finding innovative ways to serve the needs of our customers for responsibly sourced and circular products so they can meet the sustainability targets of their projects.”

“We are pleased by the progress we are making to grow our recycling businesses in the Pacific Northwest,” adds Canada Region President Oliver Patsch. “Our new recycling plant in Redmond is a great opportunity to showcase our Revolve line of recycled aggregate products.”

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