Supplying bulk
recycled materials.

Offering quality products that have been produced in our state-of-the-art facilities using repurposed material from landfill and construction waste, reducing demand on our finite resources.

Sand

Remanufactured sand from concrete crushing process has numerous applications, including pavements, backfilling trenches and supplying concrete batching plants.

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Bark

Salvaged timber from landfill and excess construction materials is recycled and used for large area ground cover.

Top Soil

Through screening, blending and addition of nutrient rich products, we produce Vic roads approved Topsoils and soil conditioning products.

Crushed Rock

We process salvaged rock through advanced crushing and screening equipment to produce a variety of products including Vic roads approved crushed rock.

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Aggregates

Sycle’s equipment is at the forefront of modern material processing, producing 20mm, 14mm, 10mm, 7mm aggregates and stone dust for roads, pavements, hardstands, and drainage.

Mulch

Eucalyptus hardwood mulch is salvaged from a local woodchip producer and recycled into compost for landscaping garden beds, highway reserves, batters and sports fields.

Soil Improvement

Using plaster recycled from landfill and construction waste, Sycle extracts gypsum additive for re-use as a soil improver.

Crushed Asphalt

Road construction, demolition of asphalt pavements and wastage from asphalt plants all provide re-usable material ideal for roads, pavement construction and hardstands.

Crushed Concrete

Crushed concrete is sourced from pavement and slab demolitions, local pit and pipe suppliers, as well as concrete plant washout. Suitable for multiple applications, including pavements, drainage, road bases and under slabs.

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Due to recent weather disruption we plan to operate this coming Saturday 20th July, with minimal plant supporting daily operations into the coming week. Every attempt will be made to minimise public disturbance and we appreciate your support in those efforts.