There are different types of Residential and Commercial Demolition work
•Light Demolition & Deconstruction
•Kitchen and Bathroom Demolition
•Same Day Demolition
•Concrete Demolition & Disposal
Construction and demolition materials must be disposed properly, at approved and qualified waste disposal facilities.
What is Construction Debris? Also called C&D, it is generally the material that is generated from construction activity. Lumber, bricks, shingles, cabinets, doors, etc.
What is a Construction & Debris Landfill? All landfills must typically be permitted by the local authorities and receive routine inspections and follow a strict operating plan.
Recycle - Some material recovery facilities provide processing of construction waste (demolition waste).
Construction and demolition (C&D) debris includes:
What is construction and demolition debris?
Materials from the construction, renovation, repair, and demolition of houses and large building structures.
Materials from infrastructure such as roads, bridges, piers, and dams.These wastes have an impact on the environment, economy, and greenhouse gases, and are tracked as a measure of the success of the green building initiative.
Examples of C&D materials include concrete, asphalt, wood, gypsum, fixtures, roofing, lumber, metals, plastic, pipe, cardboard, carpet and carpet pad, and land-clearing debris. Most C&D debris could be diverted from landfills and reused, made into new building products or used as fuel. These materials made up about 35 percent of all wastes generated in 2012.