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2097 Ironton Blvd., Provo UT 84606
Gravel Pit / Recycle Yard:
3000 South State Street, Provo, UT
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Concrete and Asphalt Recycling Center - Serving the Utah County Area

Evans Recycling provides Commercial, Industrial, Residential for -
Recycling Concrete - Excavation in Provo, UT
Recycling Conrete with Rebar - Excavation in Provo, UT
Concrete w/ Rebar
Recycling Asphalt - Excavation in Provo, UT
Recycling asphalt millings - Excavation in Provo, UT
Asphalt Millings

Recycle your Concrete and Asphalt

Asphalt and concrete was once a commodity that was stripped from roads and structures and treated as a waste product, routinely trucked to landfills for disposal, but recycling has a number of benefits that have made it a more attractive option in this age of greater environmental awareness, more environmental laws, and the desire to keep construction costs down. Now, Reclaimed asphalt pavement and concrete is a valuable recyclable resource because it can be easily reprocessed and 100% of it can be recycled. Asphalt can be reclaimed and reused in future paving projects. Concrete can be crushed into aggregate of nearly any size from road base on up and used again. The Steel from reinforced concrete is recycled as well. What was once a costly expense to dispose, for cities and their infrastructures, is now a plentiful product that can be re-used again.
Evans Recycling is very proud of our recycling efforts at our Springville / Ironton Hill Recycling Center. We take pride in the recycling that is done all on-site that will directly benefit our local communities.
  • 1″ Recycled Concrete Base
  • 1″ – 1 1/2″ Crushed Concrete Rock
  • 1″ – 2″ Crushed Concrete Rock
  • 1/4″ Minus Recycled Asphalt
  • 1/4″ – 1/2″ Recycled Asphalt
  • 1/2″ – 1 1/2″ Recycled Asphalt
  • Asphalt Millings
  • Delivery available for all products

Recycling Benefits to the Community:

Recycling of asphalt pavement can save money for local governments and other purchasers, create additional business opportunities, conserve diminishing resources of aggregates and petroleum products, and help local governments meet the goal of reducing disposal.
Recycling concrete and asphalt can be very beneficial. Recycling can prolong the life of current landfills.
Contractors can save money using recycled stone and aggregate materials on the jobsite.
According to the CMRA, 140 million tons of C&D (concrete & demolition products) are recycled yearly.
In 2011 alone, recycling America's roads saved about 21.2 million barrels of liquid asphalt binder worth some $2.2 billion.
The asphalt industry initiated recycling long before legislation encouraged or required it.
The industry saves taxpayers over $300 million a year by recycling asphalt pavements. A recent national study found that asphalt is one of the most recycled products in the United States.
Concrete and Asphalt Recycling Center - Serving customers in the cities of Utah County including Alpine, American Fork, Cedar Fort Town, Cedar Hills, Draper, Eagle Mountain, Elk Ridge, Highland, Lehi, Lindon, Mapleton, Orem, Payson, Pleasant Grove, Provo, Salem, Santaquin, Saratoga Springs, Spanish Fork, Springville, Vineyard Town, Woodland Hills.