Construction and demolition debris

Construction and demolition debris

Nonhazardous materials such as asphalt, concrete, brick, lumber, wallboard, roofing materials, ceramics, and plastics resulting from construction, deconstruction, remodeling, repair, cleanup, or demolition operations.
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This award confirms our ability to accomplish our plan and capture additional market share of construction and demolition debris in our markets.
A construction and demolition debris recycling facility has been opened in Lemon Grove, Calif.
Wood was the major ingredient in 136 million tons of building-related construction and demolition debris in 1996, according to a 1998 EPA study, Characterization of Building-Related Construction and Demolition Debris in the United States.
The Company transports a wide variety of commodities, including construction aggregate, iron and steel products, chemicals, lumber, scrap metals, plastic resins, cement, coal, construction and demolition debris, processed foods and edible food stuffs, such as frozen foods, corn syrup and animal and vegetable oils.
has joined a number of other California towns and municipalities in enacting a construction and demolition debris recycling ordinance, according to a report in the Daily Democrat (Woodland, Calif.
The operations located in Raleigh consist of a 211-acre landfill that is permitted to accept construction and demolition debris, a transfer station and a transfer station/material recovery facility feeding the landfill.
WasteCap Wisconsin held its second public training session on construction and demolition debris management and recycling Sept.
has signed definitive agreements to acquire a construction and demolition debris landfill from Southwest Land Developers and Pro Disposal Inc.
Redox Technologies has developed sorting system technology for material recovery facilities and has capabilities in construction and demolition debris, among other areas.
The OWR&R is constantly looking to recycle more materials generated on campus, so it was a logical step to set up a program to recycle construction and demolition debris generated on campus.
The demonstration facility is designed to process 500 tons of construction and demolition debris per month, producing synthetic natural gas, according to a news release from the company.
P&W transports a wide variety of commodities, including construction aggregate, iron and steel products, chemicals, lumber, scrap metals, plastic resins, cement, coal, construction and demolition debris, processed foods and edible food stuffs, such as frozen foods, corn syrup and animal and vegetable oils.
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