Panel to Discuss Recycling for Small to Medium Sized Contractors at N.J. LICA

Recycling is not just for large contractors; small to medium size contractors can now also benefit from a successful recycling program.

Mon February 23, 2015 - Northeast Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Area contractors will discuss removing concrete curbs, footing, slabs and asphalt paving, and crushing on site at the 2015 New Jersey LICA State Convention.
Area contractors will discuss removing concrete curbs, footing, slabs and asphalt paving, and crushing on site at the 2015 New Jersey LICA State Convention.

Recycling is not just for large contractors; small to medium size contractors can now also benefit from a successful recycling program.

As part of the 2015 New Jersey LICA State Convention, a panel of area contractors will discuss how they have successfully utilized jobsite impact crushing to gain a competitive edge and increase profitability. Among the topics will be removing concrete curbs, footing, slabs and asphalt paving, and crushing on site for one-third of the cost of hauling it away and having 3/4 minus RCA for base material and how it affects bidding and profitability. Ron Garofalo, Dag Mobile Aggregate, will moderate this session, organized by LICA and Rubblemaster.

Located at the Holiday Inn in Clinton, N.J., at Exit 15 off Route 78?on March 14, 2015, contractors will learn how to select the right equipment to meet a variety of job requirements and why recycling is a necessity to make their bidding more competitive.

For more information, visit www.njlica.net.