Recycling Concrete and Asphalt Materials

We believe in making as little a footprint in the environment as possible. Tri-City Blacktop has 2 recycle yards, one in Bettendorf, Iowa and the other is located in Rock Island, Illinois. We accept clean concrete rubble with or without rebar and steel. In addition, we will take in asphalt rubble and millings. We crush the concrete and asphalt and sell this product at both of our recycle yards. Some of our product is Department of Transportation certified!

Concrete Recycling

Concrete is not a material that should just be used and then thrown away. This material doesn't break down in landfills, adding to the pollution problem. Fortunately, it is also recyclable, meaning it can be processed and used again for further projects.

If you have used concrete, bring it to us so it can be milled and used again. This reduces the demand for new materials, helping protect the environment even more. You can drop off your concrete to us free of charge so we can mill it and reuse it. Using projects we mill ourselves not only lets us do something good for the environment, but helps you save money by eliminating a third party company for your materials. 

Asphalt Recycling

Just because your asphalt is no longer giving you the performance you need, or has outlived its usefulness to you, doesn't mean that it can't continue to serve a purpose. Asphalt is a recyclable material and can be used many times without losing its durability or performance. If you have used asphalt, don't just throw it away. Bring it to us so we can process it and use it again.

Even after being demolished, asphalt can be recycled and used in new paving projects. Our on-site asphalt processing plant makes it fast and easy to recycle your used asphalt. Let our experienced professional staff evaluate your project and give you the options to make your project the most cost effective.

Benefits of Recycling Asphalt:

  • Recycling asphalt keeps this material out of landfills
  • Using recycled asphalt reduces the need for new materials, helping protect the environment
  • Recycled asphalt saves money