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Commercial Demolition

Updated: Jan 26



What exactly is Construction and Demolition Debris? That is a questions that has left many Of the bay area residents and businesses to wonder about. Is it brick, block, and rubble? Is it wood and heavy timber from homes? Is it drywall or roofing materials? Is it recyclable metals and copper? Well, the answer is simple, "It’s all of that and more". The Code defines Commercial and Demolition Debris or C&D Debris as "waste products and recyclables resulting from the construction, remodeling, or demolition of building and/or other structures including, but not limited to, wood, metals, concrete, brick, clay, glass, plastics, dirt, asphalt, cement, lumber, wallboard, roofing material, ceramic tile, plastic pipe, and excluding putrescibles, garbage, and liquid wastes."

- Shopping Centers

- Retail Spaces

- Office Buildings

- Warehouses

- Industrial Buildings

- Hospitals

- Hotels

- Specialized Structures

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