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Common FAQ's

  • What size gravel should I use for pathways and drives?
  • What size gravel should I use for pathways and drives?

    The most common sizes we supply are 10mm and 20mm gravel. 10mm is usually best for pathways, as it is easy to walk on. The 20mm is best for drives, because the smaller 10mm gravel may get into the treads of car tyres.

  • How much gravel do I need to buy?
  • How much gravel do I need to buy?

    Gravel is calculated by volume. As a guide, 30 sq meters, to a depth of 25 mm (1 inch), will require 1 tonne of gravel.

  • Does the price include delivery?
  • Does the price include delivery?

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Recycled Materials

We take recycling very seriously and because of this, we aim to produce and generate as many recycled materials as we can. With the new state of the art washed and recycled plant installed, we can now extend the range of recycled products we offer - with the Windrush ECO range of washed and recycled aggregates. These are 10mm, 20mm and 40mm aggregates plus the washed sharp sand. These high quality products complement the existing range of dry recycled products, which include Clay, Soil, (Screened and Unscreened) Crushed Concrete Type 1 and Crushed Concrete Hardcore 6F2 plus Crushed Tarmac - graded.

In addition to the Windrush ECO range Smiths, in partnership with Raymond Brown, are now producing IBAA, a sustainable and cost effective alternative for sub-base and capping aggregates. IBAA (Incinerator Bottom Ash Aggregate) is a by-product of raw ash produced from non-recyclable domestic waste. Ferrous and non-ferrous metals are removed and then the material is graded to meet EN and Highway Agency specifications.

All our recyled products are of the highest quality.

We can deliver any products from this category in bulk load or in smaller bags to any postcode in the country. For further information, please contact us.

For a copy of our WRAP Protocol please click here