Demolition waste removal is the process of collecting, transporting, disposing and/or recycling waste debris from the destruction of a building. In many ways, demolition waste removal is similar to construction debris removal because the materials are much the same – lumber scraps, rebar, concrete, bricks, electrical wiring, shingles, and more.
Demolition waste removal is a specialized type of waste service best handled by experienced demolition debris removal experts such as Mitrano Removal Service. They understand the ins and outs of demolition waste removal, including all state and federal regulations regarding proper demolition waste disposal throughout the commonwealth.
Demolition waste removal is typically handled using roll-off containers in various sizes, depending on the size of the demolition waste removal project. Mitrano Removal Service has a variety of roll-off containers that can be used to store and transport demolition debris. Once the demolition waste has been collected and transported from the demolition site it goes through several steps for proper disposal. Often containers are taken to a waste transfer station or processing center where specific materials are separated, such as various metals and other recyclables. Some products from demolition waste removal such as asphalt, concrete, and stone rubble is crushed and sifted to create clean fill and surfacing materials for roadways and walkways and other construction projects.
If you’re a contractor looking for demolition waste removal at a construction or demolition site, contact the demolition waste removal professionals at Mitrano Removal Service. They’ll be happy to talk with you about safe, proper, and cost-efficient methods for removing, transporting, and processing all the various kinds of demolition waste that you might have.