We are waste recycling champions and mobile crushing specialists!
We at Krush'n Krew believe in creating sustainable practices in the construction, mining and rehabilitation industries. We add value to our clients by following our three ‘R’ pillars of value Reduce, Re-use and Recycle Client value.CONTACT US
Reduce dumping fees
Reduce importing of virgin materials
Bottom line profits
Environmental and legislative compliance
Inspect Clients Waste
Site Establishment (Landing of Staff and Machinery)
Crushing of Waste and Stockpiling of Repurposed Aggregates
Site de-establishment (Removal of Staff and Machinery from Site)
This was achieved by crushing the generated waste into useable materials known as aggregates. These aggregates have a wide range of uses and are sort after in all types of construction.
It was here when the penny dropped. What if we could serve the country by cleaning construction waste and still turn profits?
Today we are proud to boast a variety of crushing equipment ranging from 30 tons to 350 tons. This includes hour crushing rates, an equal variety of services from waste classification, environmental assessment, demolition, crushing, and plant hire.
We at Krush’n Krew believe in creating sustainable building practises in the South African construction and mining industry. We add value to our clients by following our three ‘R’ pillars of value Reduce, Re-use and Recycle Client value…
Our client value pillars are
Reduce rehabilitation cost through creative, innovative and technologically advanced crushing and recycling solutions.
Re-use building and mining waste to create job opportunities and value in society.
Recycle building waste to be reprocessed in the construction cycle not only to save our clients time and money but to help ensure a greener South Africa for all.
Legal & Compliance
National Environmental Management: Waste Act (NEMWA), Act No. 59 of 2008
The integration of social, economical and environmental factors into planning, implementing and decision-making to ensure that development serves present and future generations.
The Precautionary Principal
Where information is lacking, the worst case scenario shall be taken. E.g if a waste is unknown, the treatment method must be for the most known hazardous component of waste.
Duty of Care
Anyone that generates a waste is responsible for their waste from cradle to grave.
The Preventative Principal
This principle requires that activities that will cause environmental pollution be prevented.
The Polluter Pays Principal
The cost of pollution should be borne by the person or company responsible for the pollution and not by the stage of society at large.
The Best Practicable Environmental Option (BPEO)
The option that provides the most benefit or causes the least damage to the environment as a whole, at a cost acceptable to society, in the long term as well as in the short term.