Our Plants

Since the late ’60s, the company’s core business has been the production of bituminous conglomerates, which takes place in the two plants the company owns in Marlia and Ponte all’Ania, both in Lucca area, on the river Serchio.
In the past years, the company has specialized in the production of recycled aggregates too; this takes place in the R.O.S.E. plant, also based in Marlia.
All our bituminous conglomerates and recycled aggregates are CE marked.

Plants in Marlia

Bituminous Conglomerates Plant

Marlia’s platform is equipped with a semi-automatic “Marini” plant, which allows a production of 120 bituminous conglomerates tons/h.
The production cycle requires all incoming aggregates to be taken from stockpiles on site and loaded into the cold feeders with a mechanical shovel. Each cold feeder contains a specific aggregate size.

R.O.S.E. Plant for recycled aggregates

R.O.S.E. (Recupero Organizzato Scarti Edilizia – Construction waste organized recycling) is the plant where recycled aggregates, reused in road fillings and embankments, are produced.
In the first place, all scraps obtained through construction work, excavations and demolitions are loaded in a hopper with a mechanical shovel. Then, a special mill crushes all materials. Furthermore, unwanted elements – such as plastic, paper, wood, and iron – are separated through a system of magnets and a vibrating screen. Finally, further screening is necessary to obtain the desired size.

Recycled Dirt System

The company also has an “ECOSTAR” recycling plant to produce recycled dirt, mostly used to build embankments.

Mixed Cemented Plant

Through its “ELECTROTECH 150” plant, Del Debbio Spa can also produce a cemented mixture that can be used for consolidation substrates when laying sewage pipes. It consists of a mixture of cement (in different dosages), aggregates and water.

Ponte all’Ania plant

Ponte all’Ania platform also produces bituminous conglomerates. Therefore, it is equipped with a semi-automatic “Marini” plant, – a batch system – just like the one in Marlia, but with a reduced production capacity (100 tons/h).
This plant is entirely dedicated to the production of “Natura” asphalt, a particular conglomerate with a low environmental impact, mostly used in historical city centres and to build cycle paths.