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If you're engaged in a major construction project with demolition, odds are you'll end up with concrete, masonry and asphalt debris. So, what do you do with it?
Whether you are doing demolition, remodeling, or construction, there is always the time sensitive and costly process of getting rid of leftover debris. Concrete disposal, in particular, can be challenging.
Residential contractors and those who specialize in smaller projects still have a pressing need for construction debris removal with most of their job.
The problem is that, unlike large contracting firms with multiple trucks and workers, these contractors have limited resources for hauling construction debris off a job site.
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Construction and demolition, or C&D, has not seen a slowdown in the U.S. for most of the last decade and continues to generate tons of waste and debris.
Unfortunately, while most of the by-products of construction waste is reusable or recyclable, we still send far too much C&D waste into landfills.
For professional contractors, there is probably nothing more annoying and frustrating on a job site than construction waste removal. But it doesn't have to be that way.
When you consider the time, resources, labor and and money required time and time again over the course of a construction project, simply for removing waste and debris, it really adds up.