We’ll Help You Tackle Solid Waste

Have you ever thought about how much solid waste is produced each year in the world or even in just the United States? According to the Environmental Protection Agency in 2018, United States citizens produced 292.4 million tons of municipal solid waste (MSW), or 4.9...

The Many Uses for Recycled Bricks

Brick is one of the most traditional and dependable construction materials, and it is trusted by most people on the building site. For one, the material is strong and durable. It lasts for a long time and holds up well against rough weathering. Brick is also visually...

Recycling Brick

Demolition projects can generate large amounts of waste materials, much of which can be recycled. For example, old commercial and industrial buildings, even residences, can yield substantial quantities of metal, lumber, and other materials, including masonry such as...

Clean Loads Contribute to a Clean Earth

Earth Day is April 22 and there’s no better way to celebrate than with safely recycling waste materials with clean loads. What are “clean loads”, you ask? They’re loads of organic debris such as yard waste, including stumps, tree and shrub trimmings, leaves, and...

Fall Yard Waste Cleanup

With winter just around the corner, many homeowners are thinking more about getting ready for ice and snow than getting in one last fall clean-up. However, this is the season for sprucing up your yard – the time when many homeowners rake leaves, clean out gutters, mow...