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Zero Waste: Recycling Uncommon Residential Junk

Posted by Junk King on Nov 29, 2021 5:00:00 AM

 

We're all familiar with recycling the common household items like paper, aluminum, glass, and plastics. But more uncommon materials can also be recycled.

What everyone may not know is that residential debris such as old tires, concrete rubble, and all types of wood waste are highly recyclable. 

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Topics: News, concrete removal, wood debris removal, waste concrete recycling, recycling wood, tire removal, recycling tires, zero waste

Concrete Tips For Construction Waste Disposal

Posted by Junk King on Aug 16, 2021 5:00:00 AM

 

Any construction involving remodeling, renovation, or demolition often results in concrete rubble that can be a large part of construction waste disposal. 

Unfortunately, this incredibly versatile and useful material often just ends up in a landfill, which is a two-fold loss for contractors and the industry.

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Topics: construction debris removal, construction waste removal, concrete debris, concrete removal, waste concrete recycling

Solving The Concrete Crisis With Concrete Recycling

Posted by Junk King on Jul 30, 2021 5:00:00 AM

 

There is a looming global concrete crisis and it's due to a vanishing supply of sand. That's right, sand. But one solution is concrete recycling.

The world's supply of sand for use in concrete is disappearing at an alarming rate and alternatives such as recycling concrete are needed.

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

Rock, Paper, Scissors: Winning With Recycling

Posted by Junk King on Aug 27, 2020 8:00:00 AM

 

There are a variety of things we dispose of that can be recycled. Some are more common than others such as metals and paper waste. Oh - and waste concrete!

The downside is that so much of these materials never make it to recycling facilities and end up in our landfills instead. And that's a losing proposition.

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Topics: junk recycling, metal recycling, paper recycling, recycling facilities, waste concrete recycling

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