Russian miner & steel maker EVRAZ’s Kachkanar Ore Mining and Processing Plant has put into operation an industrial complex for the production of five new types of fractional crushed stone in accordance with Russian standards GOST. This project is in line with EVRAZ's goal of increasing the recycling of mining waste, enshrined in the company's environmental strategy until 2030. On the territory of the processing plant, a crushing and screening complex and a crushed stone sifting unit were built, a productive loader was purchased, and a modular building for personnel was equipped. The new site will produce the demanded building material from waste rock - crushed stone of fractions 5-10 mm, 10-15 mm, 5-15 mm, 5-20 mm and 20-40 mm in accordance with GOST 8267-93, as well as fractions 4-8 mm, 8-16 mm, 16-31.5 mm in accordance with GOST 32703-2014. Modern high-precision crushing and screening units ensure the homogeneity of the material, the absence of unwanted inclusions in it. Today, taking into account the new fractions in accordance with GOST, EVRAZ KGOK produces 8 types of crushed stone. The material is shipped by road and rail.The investment project was carried out for 6 months. Investments amounted to over 200 million rubles. The production capacity of the site is 1.8 million tons of fractional crushed stone per year.The project allows Evraz to not only reduce the amount of industrial waste dumps, but also learn to combine new types of construction products, obtain additional economic benefit.