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F Town Country Paving EAGLE CRUSHER DELIVERS COMPETITIVEN ENVIRONMENTAL DIVISION 18 For Town Country Paving a family-owned business in De Motte Indiana the decision to use recycled asphalt product was a matter of survival. Buying an Eagle Crusher E Plant to assist the recycling process however was an economic decision that keeps paying off. Until 2008 the company made asphalt in a batch plant from the early 1970s said Rodney Urbano VP and general manager. We were losing larger jobs because we couldnt incorporate recycled asphalt product into our asphalt. We realized other companies were producing their raw materials 15 or 20 percent cheaper than we could. Town Country purchased a modern drum mixer asphalt plant that allowed them to recycle asphalt product. They had already accumulated a large stockpile of used asphalt from repaving jobs but the old screening plant they had couldnt handle it so they hired a company to crush asphalt for them. That company brought in an E Plant and the Urbano family was impressed with its performance. We decided it would be more cost-effective to buy our own crusher Rodney said. Town Country purchased the E plant after meeting with Columbus Equipment Company Environmental Division sales rep Jesse Garber and John Powell Team Eagle regional sales rep. I know Jesse sells a lot of brands and I was impressed that instead of trying to convince us he knows everything about Eagle crushers he brought John who knows the machine inside out Town Country Paving has been in the business for over 30 years but recently upgraded their production system with an Eagle Crusher 1200-25CC Portable Impactor Plant. The 123000-lb. upgraded 450HP crusher processes around 130 tons of concrete per hour. We were losing larger jobs because we couldnt incorporate recycled asphalt product into our asphalt. We realized other companies were producing their raw materials 15 or 20 percent cheaper than we could. Rodney Urbano VP Town Country Paving