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Construction and Demolition Debris Processing Facilities ...

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: 1. bricks, concrete and other masonry materials 2. soil and rock 3. wood (including painted, treated and coated wood and wood products) 4. land clearing debris 5. wall coverings, plaster, drywall, plumbing fixtures, non-asbesto

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Construction and Demolition Debris Processing Facilities Overview

www.epa.ohio.gov/dmwm • 50 W. Town St., Ste. 700 • P.O. Box 1049 • Columbus, OH 43216-1049 • (800) 329-7518 • (614) 644-2807 (fax) Division of Materials and Waste Management September 2017. Construction and Demolition Debris Processing Facilities –Overview. Construction and Demolition Debris1(C&DD) consists of any waste resulting from construction, remodeling, repair or demolition of buildings, pavement or other structures.

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Construction and Demolition Waste

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Construction and Demolition Aggregate Recycling Facilities

Feb 05, 2020 · The Connecticut DEEP maintains a list of permitted Construction & Demolition Processing Facilities, otherwise known as Volume Reduction Plants (VRPs). Some of these plants accept asphalt, brick and concrete, but may also accept other types of solid waste typically generated at construction and demolition (C&D) sites such as wood, gypsum wallboard, furniture and rugs.

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Construction and Demolition Debris Recycling | Florida ...

Construction and Demolition Debris (link to 62-701.200 (24) accounts for almost 25 percent of Florida's total MSW stream. A wide range of these materials can be recovered and reused or recycled into new products. C&D Debris Recycling and Disposal is tracked by the DEP through annual reports from counties and permitted C&D facilities statewide in accordance with Florida Administrative Code rule 62-701.730 (12).

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