Services

RAMCO continues to focus on meeting the needs of both its customers and the construction industry, while remaining sensitive and responsive to environmental issues and community relations.

Pickup & Delivery

RAMCO is available to meet your delivery needs in a prompt and timely manner.  Material may be picked up at any of our RAMCO sites during normal business hours.

Concrete & Asphalt Disposal

  • We accept concrete, asphalt, rock and sand. Re-bar is accepted for an additional charge
  • We do not accept loads with red brick, petro-mat, vegetation, clay, wire mesh or trash

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Slurry Water Recycling

With increased environmental regulations and government pressure to minimize waste, RAMCO recognized the importance of adding slurry water recycling to our available services. We are one of only a few companies to offer this service in all of Southern California.

RAMCO uses a filter press to take slurry water and produce a filtrate completely free of suspended solids. The water is used on-site for dust control, saving valuable resources in the current drought. The cement solids are then turned into a very low-moisture cake which are added back to our construction material products.

RAMCO can help you legally dispose of slurry water in an environmentally safe manner, either on-site at our Rialto and Escondido facilities, or by using our portable filter press which is available for on-site use throughout Southern California.

Recycling

The source of recycled clean aggregate is mixed and may come from homeowners, contractors and municipalities bringing in concrete from foundations, curbs and gutters, demolished buildings, sidewalks, patios concrete pools, roads, highways, airport runways and more.
Why Recycle Concrete?

    1. Its high quality meets or exceeds all applicable state and federal specifications.
    2. Provides superior compaction and constructability.
    3. Higher yield – recycled aggregates are 10% – 15% lighter weight than comparable virgin quarry products, meaning less weight per cubic yard, resulting in reduced material costs, haul costs, and overall project costs.