Recycling Construcion Debris Safely and Effectively
Construction sites across the US generate over 250 million of tons of construction and demolition material ( C&D) every year according to the EPA. Although a significant amount of construction material can and should be recycled, it takes time and expertise to identify what C&D debris can be recycled in specific geographic areas and who to contact to enjoy fast, reliable and cost-effective service.
This is where I75 Disposal comes in. We bring expert knowledge of the recycling capabilities for specific construction and demolition waste in each geographic area along with experience in providing comprehensive construction waste management program for thousands of construction sites every year to help you recycle more and save money.
Maximum Recycling or Safe Disposal
Construction sites generate a lot of waste streams. Although not every construction and demolition project can be cost-effectively recycled in every market today, i-75 Disposal offers a turnkey program with effective strategies to properly segregate, transport and recycle the following demolition C&D materials: asphalt, bricks, cardboard, concrete, drywall, glass, metal, plaster, pipes, wood, and more
City in California
Antioch is the third-largest city in Contra Costa County, California, United States. Located in the East Bay region of the San Francisco Bay Area along the Sacramento–San Joaquin River Delta. The city’s population was 115,291 at the 2020 census. The city has grown substantially more diverse since the 1970s.