Plateforme de réemploi des matériaux de voirie de la Ville de Paris


150 Quai du Rancy
94380 Bonneuil-sur-Marne
48° 47' 5.262" N, 2° 28' 29.5932" E
Pavers, kerbs and setts
Operations on products
Mortar residue cleaning
Stone surface treatment
Stone cutting
Paving stone sawing or cleaving
The City of Paris's road materials reuse platform, located in Bonneuil-sur-Marne (94), is a centre for rehabilitating materials from public space maintenance and development projects managed by the City. 
Since 1996, this platform of nearly 4 hectares has been collecting, storing and preparing approximately 10,000 tonnes of granite paving stones and kerbstones per year, and supplying a large part of the City's annual needs for development projects. The platform is equipped with specific installations for the removal, sorting and cutting of paving stones and kerbstones (loader, cleaner and paving stone sorting machine, bush hammering workshop, cutting machine, splitter, etc.). In addition to natural stone elements, the Bonneuil platform also reuses metal street furniture (bins, tree grates, bollards, barriers, benches, etc.).
Although the platform's vocation is to process the City's materials first and foremost, it sometimes recovers or supplies materials to other operators on request. The platform does not cater for private individuals.
Did you know? The granite slabs used to redevelop the Place de la Bastille (2019) come from the City of Paris' road materials reuse platform. Nearly 2,000 tonnes of slabs were cut from old granite kerbs and delivered to the site by barge from the port of Bonneuil sur Marne.
Last modified: 9/12/2021