Reuse Construction Materials When Possible
Consider reusing or donating construction/demolition waste on your site. Before you toss the items into a dumpster, consider reusing or donating the materials that are still in good condition. Sort through all waste to check for any reusable materials that can be salvaged and reused. You can donate any materials in good condition to local organizations if you are not using them in the future. For example, consider donating doors, windows, and hardware fixtures to charitable organizations in the area that need such materials.
Consider providing recycle bins to each worker to toss in reusable materials. You should have a viable recycling strategy to reduce the demolition waste on your construction site. For example, baths, sinks, and countertops are common materials that you can recycle. Some of the other materials you may recycle are metallic objects, cardboard, untreated wood, gravel, window glass, plastics, bricks, paper, drywall, asphalt, and roofing materials.
Rent A Dumpster For Non-Recyclable Construction Waste
Once you have salvaged the materials that could be reused and recycled, the final step is to toss the remaining construction and demolition waste into a dumpster for evacuation. Renting a dumpster from KC Dumpster can help exponentially with demolition waste management. Make sure you plan and order the right size dumpster. KC Dumpster’s 40-yard dumpster is recommended for larger construction and demolition projects. A dumpster will save you time, labor, money and help reduce your construction and demolition waste. The right dumpster rental will make sure your construction and demolition waste is evacuated once and for all. Best of all, we deliver right to you and help you haul off the mess.
Efficiency is key to controlling and reducing the amount of waste your project produces. With the tips above, KC Dumpster hopes to help you reduce demolition and construction waste while also helping your project run smoother. Contact KC Dumpster today!