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Dust Bagged

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Tom offers Dust – Under 8mm or pea gravel for use in a variety of construction projects. It is composed of crushed concrete, brick, and mortar, which are produced as a by-product of demolition projects. Dust can be mixed with sand and cement and is similar to grano dust. Dust is a sustainable material that can help to reduce waste and conserve natural resources. It is a by-product of demolition projects, which means that it would otherwise be sent to landfills.
Dust can be used in a variety of construction projects, which helps to reduce the need for quarried materials.
If you are looking for a sustainable and environmentally friendly material for your next construction project, consider using Tom's dust up to 8mm.

Dust Bagged

Good for:-

Aggregate dust is a versatile material that can be used for a variety of purposes.

  • Filling: Aggregate dust can be used to fill voids and gaps in construction materials.
  • Concrete additives: Aggregate dust can be used as an additive in concrete.
  • Landscaping: Aggregate dust can be used in landscaping applications, such as around trees and shrubs.

Prices from:-

£50+vat

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Delivery

Dust Bagged

Toms operates mainly in Bristol, Bath and the South West.
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Collection

Dust Bagged

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How much Dust Bagged do you need?

If you are unsure how much aggregate you need, use our calculator below. Enter your measurements and the calculator will give you an approximation of how much material you will need.*

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Please note that this is a rough guide and can’t be exact. For example moisture can effect the weight, and how much the material is compacted can effect the volume.

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