Bibko® Umwelttechnik & Beratung GmbH · Open-air ground F9, booth 906A/1

Bibko® is delivering residual concrete recycling systems for the readymix and precast industry worldwide.

A Bibko system offers the complete solution for residual concrete recycling. The system reclaims aggregates and cementitious water for reuse in the production process. This allows an environ-mental friendly „zero waste“ solution to over-come the problem of waste concrete and washwater disposal. It can be used in concrete, mortar or anhydrite plants.

A team of engineers with over 25 years of experience and more than 1,300 installations worldwide is available to ensure a customized solution to...

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