What happens with Demolition Waste?
Concrete and Brick Recycling
We recycle concrete and brick by crushing it into rubble. Once sorted, screened, and contaminants are removed, the reclaimed concrete or brick can be used in concrete aggregate, fill, road base, or riprap.
Wood can be reused, repurposed, recycled, or burned as bioenergy. Our services help eliminate the need for full-size new lumber if used for smaller building components. Recycled wood can be used in pathways, coverings, mulches, compost, animal bedding, or particleboard.
Drywall, made primarily of gypsum, can be de-papered and added in cement production, used as a soil amendment, used in aerated composting, or recycled into new drywall. Our gypsum recycling is particularly beneficial because it prevents the release of hydrogen sulfide, a toxic gas, in landfill conditions.
Asphalt and Metal Recycling
Asphalt, from shingles or asphalt concrete, is typically recycled and used in pavement.