On January 1, 2021, updates to the County of San Diego's Construction and Demolition (C&D) Debris Recycling Ordinance took effect for projects in the unincorporated areas of San Diego County. For more information on the County's C&D Recycling program, please visit the following sites according to when the C&D project permit was issued:
According to the 2014 Disposal Facility-Based Characterization of Solid Waste in California (PDF download), construction and demolition (C&D) materials are estimated to account for between 21.7 to 25.5 percent of the disposed waste stream. Previous study estimates have ranged from 29 percent in 2008 to 24 percent in 2004.
In May 2011, Lee County commissioned its Construction and Demolition Debris Recycling Facility (CDDRF). This facility has provided the "icing on the cake" in complimenting the County's efforts to divert materials from landfills and support its successful Business, Multi-Family, and Construction Debris Recycling Ordinance (implemented in 2008).
Please call ahead to inquire about items accepted, disposal fees, hours of operation and delivery instructions. Burnsville DemCon Landfill 2650 Cliff Road W Burnsville, MN 55337 (952) 890-3248 Dem-Con Landfill 3601 W. 130th Street Shakopee, MN 55379 (952) 445-5755 C&D Haulers Operating in Carver County 1-800-Got-Junk? Prior Lake (800) 468-5865
On June 24, 2008, the Yolo County Board of Supervisors adopted a Construction and Demolition (C&D) Ordinance that requires construction, demolition, and renovation projects to dispose of their job site waste in an environmental manner. Furthermore, the Yolo County ordinance is superseded by CALGreen —California's Green Building Standards Code.
Construction and demolition. Construction, demolition, and building renovation can expose toxic chemicals to workers, neighbors, and the environment. Businesses that handle waste from construction and demolition sites must follow dangerous waste regulations. This includes: Assessing buildings for dangerous waste materials. Designating materials.
Proper recycling and disposal of construction and demolition debris is crucial. About Whether you have a huge renovation or a small home project, reuse is best! If you can't reuse, recycle your material using the suggestions below. Only as a last resort, dispose items properly. Alpha Ridge Landfill Hazardous Waste
Visit the California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery for additional information regarding the recycling and reuse of construction and demolition debris. For questions and further clarification, Contact the C&D Unit at LA County Public Works. Phone (626) 458-3517 Email [email protected] Fax (626) 270-4066
Also under State law, all permitted new building construction (residential and non-residential), demolition, and certain additions and alteration projects are required to recycle and/or salvage for reuse a minimum 50% of the nonhazardous C&D debris generated during the project (California Green Building Standards Code Sections 4.408, 5.408, 301 ...
To learn more about the range of services available and to receive assistance please contact King County's construction recycling program online or by calling 206-477-5272. Designated c&d processing facilities and waste transfer stations Facilities approved for accepting C&D materials generated in King County (outside of Seattle).
Projects are required to divert 50 percent of the debris generated by the project. Projects requiring only mechanical, electrical or plumbing are excluded and may request an exemption. Other minimum criteria: Residential and Commercial construction greater than $90,000 in value. Alterations greater than $10,000 in value.
Construction and demolition debris is uncontaminated solid waste resulting from the construction, remodeling, repair and demolition of utilities, structures and roads; and uncontaminated solid waste resulting from land clearing. Such waste includes, but is not limited to: bricks, concrete and other masonry materials. soil and rock.
All banned materials shall be diverted from disposal per King County Code 10.30.020. B. Mixed construction and demolition waste shall be sent to a material recovery facility (MRF) designated under King County Code 10.30.020. [Optional Section] C. A minimum of 85%, by weight, of construction and demolition material
To apply for compliance, you must turn in your disposal receipts and the completed tonnage report to [email protected] . For further information please email same address or call (714) 834-4000. REMEMBER TO SAVE DISPOSAL/RECYCLING RECEIPTS, AS THEY ARE REQUIRED FOR COMPLIANCE VERIFICATION. Application Materials:
Beginning Nov. 1, construction and demolition debris will no longer be accepted at solid waste facilities in King County, Washington. Instead, the material will be redirected to C&D handling facilities and recycled, repurposed or disposed. A King County ordinance requiring increased recycling rates of C&D materials was passed in 2015.