A method of recycling concrete for a variety of uses. The excavated concrete is put through a crushing machine, where it can be broken down into different sizes of aggregate. Once it is crushed, it may be cleaned of additional rubble that found its way into the machine. Larger aggregates may be sent through the crusher more than once to get the preferred aggregate size. The crushed concrete can then be used for new construction projects, including roads, landscaping stone or erosion control.