Heidelberg Materials adds Chicago market recycled aggregate sites

Sources: Heidelberg Materials North America, Irving, Texas; CP staff

Heidelberg Materials is extending its Revolve Recycled Aggregates brand through the Little Calumet Yard in Chicago and nearby Gary Yard over the Indiana state line. Both sites serve customers seeking responsibly sourced inputs for their sustainable construction projects. Heidelberg Materials is working with a strategic partner, Z Materials, to accept clean construction or demolition debris and concrete rubble at the two convenient locations, both equipped to process Revolve aggregates for use in ready mixed concrete or as base material.

Little Calumet Yard, Chicago

“These new yards mark an important step in strengthening our focus on recycling and recycled materials in this key market,” says Vice President & General Manager, Illinois Jim Bottom. “We are excited to showcase our Revolve line of aggregate products and increase the availability of sustainable and circular solutions.”

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