Many construction managers don’t know where to start when it comes to recycling their Construction wastes, but doing so is incredibly valuable. Landfill fees are continuing to climb, and consumers are more focused than ever on sustainability. Choosing not to recycle could cost more than you think.
According to the study, "reduce, reuse and recycle" policies are necessary to control the amount of construction waste
There’s a better way to handle Construction wastes than by simply sending it to a landfill. Here are just a few tips on where you can begin:
•Separate your materials in different containers to increase potential salvaging. Wood, concrete, masonry, asphalt, and masonry can all be recycled.
•Recognize the potential to cut costs through valuable commodities like steel, aluminum, copper, and brass.
•Donate old materials to nonprofit organizations