Powerscreen, one of the world's leading providers of mobile crushing, screening and washing equipment, has supplied crushers for development work on stadiums for the 2014 World Cup and 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil, where an estimated $18.7 billion is being invested. Construction work has already begun in Cuiabá, Salvador and Belo Horizonte, Brazil, where Powerscreen® Metrotrak and XA400S models are crushing demolition waste to produce materials for new stadiums and roads. According to Ayres de Azevedo Barreto from the contractor ‘Detronic Construction,' “One of the contracts was scheduled to take six months, but the job was concluded in just four due to the high capacity and performance of Powerscreen's tracked crushers.” Powerscreen manufactures a wide variety of portable tracked equipment, which can be operational in less than 30 minute and are self-propelled by diesel engines. Selections of additional features allow the crusher range to be adapted to meet the demands of even the most challenging applications. The crushing plant used at the World Cup sites is supplied by Powerscreen's official dealer in the country, Simplex Equipamentos LT, a manufacturer and distributor of fixed and wheeled crushing and screening equipment with over 25 years of local experience. Powerscreen's mobile solutions help ensure that recycling construction and demolition waste is an expanding practice and revenue stream for operators in the sector.