Junk King Blog

Providing you with great articles on Junk Removal!

One Construction Debris Disposal Option: Recycled Wood Products

Posted by Junk King on Apr 25, 2017 8:03:58 AM

A variety of materials in the construction debris disposal stream can be recycled. But few of them can be quickly made into new products. That's not the case for wood debris.

The construction and demolition (C&D) waste industry is growing and continually developing, yet too many contractors still aren't making full use of it's potential.

Read More

Topics: Green Junk Removal, Landfills, construction debris, construction recycling, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, reclaimed wood

Construction Waste Disposal: Best Practices Include Recycling

Posted by Junk King on Apr 13, 2017 7:16:48 AM

Construction waste is a constant element for contractors. While there are options for how to best dispose of it, recycling may not be an obvious one.

 

Read More

Topics: Construction Waste Disposal, junk hauling, Business Junk Removal, construction debris removal, construction recycling, C&D waste, construction waste removal

Spring Means More Construction Debris Removal

Posted by Junk King on Mar 9, 2017 8:28:49 AM

In many places, the arrival of spring means great weather and increased construction. But that also means more construction debris removal to take care of.

One of the never-ending and non-revenue generating tasks in every construction job is getting rid of the trash. Construction debris removal is a job that has to be done, takes time to get it done, and costs money without adding any profit. Contractors don't look forward to it and crews would rather do other things, but it is a job that must be done. 

Read More

Topics: dumpster rental, Construction Waste Disposal, outsourcing construction waste hauling, construction debris removal, construction recycling, MINI Dumpster

Keeping It Safe With Construction Debris Removal

Posted by Junk King on Feb 23, 2017 8:38:58 AM

Every contractor knows that their occupation is particularly dangerous. Accidents can happen quite easily on a site but construction debris removal can help.

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, construction Is "The Most Dangerous Industry" in the nation. This was underscored by the fact that, in 2010 for example, construction had the highest number of fatal injuries, accounting for 16.5 percent of the total work-related deaths that year.

Read More

Topics: outsourcing construction waste hauling, construction debris removal, construction recycling, construction waste removal, safety

Construction Waste Is Made For Recycling

Posted by Junk King on Feb 16, 2017 11:49:27 PM

Despite what many people may think, all construction waste does not have to end up in a landfill. With the options to recycle or reuse construction debris, contractors can choose to be green.


Read More

Topics: construction debris removal, construction debris, construction recycling, C&D waste, construction waste removal

Construction Debris Can Be Hazardous To Your Health

Posted by Junk King on Jan 25, 2017 10:32:51 PM

Construction projects create construction debris. Most of the time this is easily cleaned up and disposed of. But what about the debris from hazardous materials?

Read More

Topics: Hazardous Waste, construction debris removal, construction debris, construction recycling, C&D waste

Yes, You Can Recycle Your Construction Debris

Posted by Junk King on Jan 12, 2017 7:11:45 AM

Construction debris is a constant byproduct of any building project. Construction and demolition waste has to be regularly cleared and removed. But it doesn't have to go to a landfill.

It is a growing and continually developing industry, yet too many contractors still fail to make full use of it's potential. It is the construction and demolition (C&D) waste industry. An increasing number of facilities and businesses are taking on the scraps and debris from construction and recycling much of this material. It is good for the planet, but it is also good for the industry.

Read More

Topics: outsourcing construction waste hauling, construction debris, construction recycling, C&D waste, construction waste removal

Junk Hauling Doesn't Always Mean Going To The Dump

Posted by Junk King on Dec 22, 2016 6:00:00 AM

Much of what the average household or business tosses out when cleaning up can have a second life. Junk hauling isn't just for junk.

Your dishwasher, trash compactor, washing machine - all of your large appliances - have helped you keep your home clean and make your life easier. But the time comes when you have to replace these items and it's not an easy chore. You could try to haul them to the municipal landfill, but that's back-breaking work and costly.

Read More

Topics: Refrigerator Recycling, Recycle Furniture, Recycling, junk recycling, Landfills, construction recycling, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

Winter Construction Debris Removal Strategy

Posted by Junk King on Dec 7, 2016 7:17:19 AM

Winter construction creates debris and requires construction debris removal. And because of the cold and the weather, junk hauling becomes a challenge.

Read More

Topics: junk hauling, outsourcing construction waste hauling, construction debris removal, construction recycling, construction waste removal, safety

Deconstruction And Construction Debris Removal: A Greener Alternative

Posted by Junk King on Nov 3, 2016 9:15:02 PM

Every contractor and builder has to deal with construction debris removal. This is especially true if demolition is involved. But there are alternatives.

Demolition, the traditional approach to removing an existing structure, is often simpler, faster, and may times less expensive than deconstruction. The planning is easier and the task is straightforward: "Tear it down and haul it off."

Read More

Topics: Landfills, outsourcing construction waste hauling, construction debris removal, construction recycling, C&D waste

Subscribe to Email Updates

Posts by Topic

see all