Safely Removing Construction Waste
Waste generated from construction sites can be eliminated as to not end up in a landfill. For example, in deconstructing a concrete building with metal framing. This recyclable metal can be reused. Most materials are reused based on how easy it is to get the material and how reusable it can be on other project sites.
Waste of Wood
We reuse every piece of wood, from dimensional lumber and fabricated of plywood to Reclaimed Barn Wood. Reduce waste and there can be beneficial impacts on the environment and human health.
Reusing Recyclable Materials for Construction
Cardella Waste and Westside Environmental generally uses commingled C&D waste in roll-off dumpster. So large items, like doors and windows tend to be reused as materials. If these items are in good shape, they will be refurbished or sold for use on another project. This beneficial process helps reduce waste in landfills while keeping costs lower on job sites.
The Secret Costs they don’t want you to know about.
What non-green waste management companies don’t want you to know is that it is cheaper to recycle your waste rather then simply paying a waste management service to take your construction waste and then dump it. The tipping cost, the dollar per pound of waste dumped, is more expensive than the cost to recycle in most parts of the United States.