The production of waste is inevitable on any construction site. Such wastes are often produced by having a surplus of materials, damaged or scrap building materials and demolition of the pre-existing structure. Material waste can also result from earthworks and other types of construction processes.
Some of the most common types of construction waste include:
Through proper construction waste management, most of such waste can be reduced or reused.
There are many benefits that accompany the implementation of an effective waste management plan with the help of a waste management company.
Our waste disposal solutions can be broken down into the following process and practices:
This involves the identification and sorting of materials to manage the economic viability of diverting construction debris from disposal. Materials may be sorted into several containers provided by us to keep the job site clear of waste, debris and clear of obstruction.
Containers filled with debris or reusable construction materials will then be collected and transported using our trucks to designated facilities for further sorting or disposal.
This process involves the separation of hazardous materials, recyclable ones and non-recyclable ones. Hazardous and non-recyclable will most likely end up in a sanitary landfill. Recyclable ones stored separately.
Picked and sorted materials are deposited using equipment and manual labor into industrial containers of various types then transported to intermodal facilities for recycling, commoditization and trade worldwide.
Diverted materials are destined for incorporation in new products as recycled material or are processed for reuse. Materials destined for disposal in landfills include materials contaminated with waste or which have been ruined, and materials for which markets do not exist.
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