Aggregates & Recycling
At Overhall Aggregates and Recycling we have access to our own large fleet of locally maintained tipper lorries and a broad range of subcontract vehicles. We provide coverage across the North Lincolnshire, North East Lincolnshire, East Riding, Lincolnshire, Yorkshire and beyond for the supply of aggregates. We offer a full cart and tip service for the removal of materials, from hardcore to clean spoil. We are confident that we can cover your needs from the start to the end of your project from site clearance to finish grading aggregates.
Overhall have two recycling centres based in Scunthorpe and offer a free tip for brick/concrete and rubble. Our facilities are open to the public and other contractors. Customers can also collect a wide rage of building and decretive aggregates . Overhall can also deliver loads from as small as 1 ton up to 30 tonnes.
All of our recycled aggregates are produced at our Scunthorpe Recycling Centres. Recycling aggregates helps us all preserve our environment and its natural resources.
This option is often cost effective as recycled aggregates do not attract aggregate levy.
Our product knowledge and flexible transport service make Overhall Aggregates a key partner on your project. Whether it is quarried or recycled aggregates or muck away our fleet of tipper trucks and unrivaled delivery service will ensure you are able to complete your job on time and within budget.
We aim to recycle 100% of inert construction and demolition waste.
Crushing, screening and 8 wheel tipper hire available.
Other materials available upon request.
free tip for inert brick, concrete and tarmac in Scunthorpe
- MOT type 1 blast furnace slag
- MOT limestone type 1
- MOT recycled type 1
- Fill sand
- Building sand
- Crushed brick 6f5
- Crushed concrete 6f5
- Iron stone 6f2
- 10/20/40mm clean natural
- 10/20/40/75mm clean recycled
- Top soils highway/industrial
- Top soils residential
- Class 2c fill
Other materials are available contact us on 01724 720361 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information