It used to be that general contractors could just haul off all their construction debris and dump it either in a landfill, or in some empty lot. Those days are long gone, however.
With all of the local, state and federal regulations now in force, improved C & D waste best practices, and the numerous benefits of construction debris recycling and reuse of many materials, it is far better to treat the landfill as a last option.
Your construction project generates a large amount of junk, but does it all have to go to a landfill? Not if you consider recycling your construction debris.
As a contractor, have you ever wondered how much actual debris and construction waste is produced on your job sites? And have you ever wondered how much of that material could actually be reused somewhere, somehow?
Contractors know that concrete debris removal is never an easy task. But finding an alternative solution can be.
A jackhammer can break up concrete, but what do you do with the debris?