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R S.G. Loewendick Sons Inc. FOUNDING PHILOSOPHY FLOURIS ENVIRONMENTAL DIVISION Reduce reuse recycle has been part of the DNA at S.G. Loewendick Sons Inc. since long before the saying become mainstream. S.G. Loewendick started the company back in 1929 because he wanted to build a house for his family but he couldnt afford the materials. As a demolition contractor he was able to find and recycle building materials for his own home. The company continued as a building and demolition contractor into the 1950s when company officials dropped construction to concentrate solely on demolition. Today the contractor does everything from residential demolition to dismantling entire automobile plants. Most of the work is commercial and industrial noted David Loewendick president of the company which is now run by the third generation. Last year the company added the capability to recycle concrete when it purchased a McCloskey J50 Jaw Crusher R155 Screener and 36x100 Track Stacker from Columbus Equipment Companys Environmental Division. The equipment is portable so it can be used on a jobsite or at the Frank Road Recycling Center the company owns. Wherever its used it allows the com- pany to save landfill space and generate income by reusing or selling the crushed concrete. The company bought the McCloskey equipment specifically for the demolition of Veterans Memorial in Columbus Dave Loewendick said. The McCloskey equipment was brought in for the third phase of the Vets Memorial demolition which involved the slabs and underground foundation of the building. We achieved a 100 percent recycle rate. Since the building was already gone there was no debris just concrete he said. Loewendick crews crushed 13000 tons of concrete with the J50 and pulled out 240 tons of rebar. We used 5000 tons of the concrete on our own site work and we sold the rest back to the county which will utilize it on the Veterans Memorial site. By crushing onsite and selling it back to the developer we helped divert 2200 truckloads off the streets cutting wear and tear on the highways and creating a cost savings for the customer. Before selecting the McCloskey equipment S.G. Loewendick Sons tested several brands. In the end the McCloskey equipment delivered what we wanted ease of use and transportability. It was the biggest crusher we could get and still move it it delivers the product and it has been holding up really well. Dealership support from Columbus Equipment A combination of McCloskey J50 Jaw Crusher background and McCloskey R155 Screener foreground make short work of 13000 tons of concrete and 240 tons of rebar in downtown Columbus Ohio. The McCloskey equipment was brought in for the third phase of the Vets Memorial demolition. Dave Loewendick President S.G. Loewendick Sons Inc. 14