Construction & Demolition Debris
What is considered construction & demolition debris?
Construction and demolition debris--called "C&D" in the solid waste business--can come from projects such as adding on a new room, getting new carpet, replacing your roof, building or tearing down fences, sheds and dog houses. C & D materials are accepted at Marpan Recycling, 6020 Woodville Hwy. Call 216.1006 for more information. C&D cannot be mixed with garbage, trash or recyclables.
If you hire a contractor to do construction or demolition projects for you, make it their responsibility to dispose of construction/demolition debris properly. Make sure their price quote includes costs for transporting and disposing of C&D debris.
Construction and demolition debris includes:
- Carpet and pads
- Linoleum and tile
- Shingles and other roofing material
- Siding, bricks, cement blocks, concrete
Construction and demolition debris that is placed in large roll-off containers (that are similar to dumpsters) is collected by the City as part of its commercial solid waste services. Contractors are usually the ones to use roll-off containers for C&D disposal. For more information, you can call our Commercial Division at 891.4YOU (4968).