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Frequently Asked Question - Is recovered aggregate a waste if it is produced in accordance with the WRAP "Quality Protocol for the production of aggregates from inert waste"?

Is recovered aggregate a waste if it is produced in accordance with the WRAP "Quality Protocol for the production of aggregates from inert waste"?

No it is not likely to be waste. Typical uses of recovered aggregate include pipe bedding and selected backfill to sewer excavations; carriageway sub-base construction; and the construction of vertical, granular filled drains to aid consolidation of compressible clays.