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The new portable reusable light weight block molds are ideal for contractors to recover leftover concrete on the job site. “There is no better time to recycle concrete than before it hardens, or is hauled back to the plant.” With concrete tailings left behind on the site from mixers and pumps, the new forms allow the contractor to turn his already paid for concrete into a usable product that he can still man handle for later use on the construction site or somewhere else.

By using the unique molds you create a versatile easy to lay articulating, interlocking, dry stack, landscaping block that can be used for a multitude of landscaping projects. The new molds are becoming popular for the “DIY” as they allow the user to make their own custom mixes, colors, or even the addition of liners to add their own texture or monogram to further personalize their landscaping blocks.

As most people are aware redi mix suppliers have been pouring large concrete blocks from their waste for years, the challenge with that is there is now a such large amount of those blocks available with very limited commercial uses, suppliers can’t even recover the cost of the mix that went into them, let alone the labour, storage and handling they also incurred. These new forms with the addition of pouring stations will give the redi mix suppliers another alternative for their left overs while opening up a whole new sales market to pursue.

The blocks are ideal for residential customers as they are very easy to lay with minimal tools and are great for building, retaining walls, fire pits, planters, garden boxes, stairs, borders, landscape terracing, or even outdoor kitchens. Blocks are also handy for municipalities, general contractors, golf courses, civil contractors, landscapers, parks, as well as sustainable projects and can be relocated and used many times over. Some of the commercial uses are bank and soil stabilization, noise refraction walls, water wells and ponds, water defusing walls, head walls, or even ditch lining to prevent scouring where the blocks are laid on their side to follow the natural contour of the ditch.

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