No matter your
application or industry, we offer convenient, temporary and affordable
storage delivered to your location.
With construction & demolition
(C&D) debris making up 12% of all material entering California
landfills, CR&R can help you to divert as much as possible through
a combination of source separation and mixed processing.
There are many ways to recycle and reduce waste on your job site.
Following are some basic recommendations.
1. Plan Ahead
Prior to starting your project, contact CR&R to find out what
options will work best for your site. Planning ahead will assist
you in diverting as much material as possible, as cost effectively
2. Source Separation
To source separate means you have one container on your site just
for one specific kind of material, such as wood, concrete, asphalt,
cardboard, landscaping and metal.
3. Mixed Recycling
The mixed recycling method is ideal for projects with limited space
available or projects generating a large amount of varied materials
all at the same time.
4. Reuse or Donations
Depending on the characteristics of your project, you may have the
opportunity to reuse or donate items. For example, grinding concrete
or asphalt can be used as part of the foundation. Windows, doors,
and fixtures may find a good home with local organizations.
State regulations require all cities and counties to divert 50% of
material generated from local landfills, so it is important to document
all of your recycling and reuse efforts. The easiest method is to
have CR&R take your materials to certified facilities. CR&R
is here to help you achieve the highest recycling rate possible through
a variety of services.
To start your program, please contact
our customer service department at (800) 826-9677.