We love used, unwanted materials here at Recycled Concrete Products. It’s one of our greatest passions: taking old, used materials that are of no use to you, and making them useful once again. That’s why we take a wide range of materials – from asphalt, to old bricks, to concrete and more.

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materials we accept

Here’s a rundown of all the materials we accept at Recycled Concrete Products:



As the name suggests, we’re all about recycling concrete! Our facilities accept tipping of all concrete products, from construction leftovers to home demolitions and more.

tipping bricks


Bricks are another one of the main products that are recycled at Recycled Concrete Products. We take bricks from construction sites, home renovations, commercial demolitions and repurpose them in recycled form.

tipping pavers


While you may have too many pavers lying around, we certainly don’t. Get rid of your old pavers that are weighing you down by dropping them off at our depot. 

Roof TIles

Roof Tiles

Finished your roof and have a fair few spare tiles left? Or maybe you’ve demolished a building and need fast removal of roof tiles? Don’t waste them: recycle them at Recycled Concrete Products!

Clean Standstone

Clean Sandstone

Clean sandstone is always welcome on our doorstep. We take recycled quarry materials and more.



We can also accept asphalt tipping at our facilities, helping you out with recycling civil construction and commercial materials.

materials that aren’t accepted


Please beware of the materials and waste items which we do not accept:

Asbestos Waste

Asbestos waste means any waste that contains asbestos. There are two types of asbestos: bonded asbestos (which includes fibro, asbestos cement sheeting, asbestos pipes) and friable asbestos (which is in the form of a powder or can be crumbled, pulverised or reduced to powder by hand pressure when dry).

Additional Information

  • Additional charges apply for oversized material and asphalt.
  • Sand and loamy soil can be tipped by pre-approval only.
  • Loads with excessive amounts of steel will be charged as oversized material (at site manager’s discretion).