Construction Rubbish RemovalCleaning up the debris produced by a construction project can bring unnecessary stress and strain on workers and contractors who are already exhausted at work. These people have a lot to worry about as the demanding nature of their job can cause them a huge deal of stress.

However, there is no denying the fact that construction sites should be kept clean, hassle free and safe at all times. After all, a clean construction site looks great to construction and building inspectors.

Common Construction Waste

Whether you’re renovating a home or you have decided to bring down a building, there will always be a huge volume of debris to worry about. Some of the most common types of construction waste you can find would include the following items:

  1. Concrete
  2. Asphalt
  3. Dirt
  4. Metals
  5. Wood
  6. Shingles
  7. Siding
  8. Drywall
  9. Sheetrock
  10. Plasterboard
  11. Flooring
  12. Floorboards
  13. Walls
  14. Windows

What Happens In A Construction Debris Removal

Considering the bulk of debris that is produced from a construction project, it is but natural to use heavy-duty equipment that has been designed to handle hauling jobs of any size. Construction debris is then collected and loaded quickly and effectively. Other equipment that can be used to do the work include wheelbarrows and heavy-duty trash bins. When dealing with piles that are bigger and heavier, using a Front loader can be enough to get the desired results.

What Happens To The Collected Debris

Construction debris, once collected, is usually brought to the dump. However, most removal services would look for every opportunity to opt for recycling the collected construction debris so long as the item is recyclable.

These days, there is an increasing number of builders that are adopting to green or sustainable construction practices. Many offices offer their own construction recycling services as a way to support these efforts as well as to encourage a higher sense of responsibility in terms of environmental management.

There are many various types of construction and demolition materials that can be recycled. In particular, these include: packaging, insulation, floor and wall coverings, bricks and blocks, wood, glass, plastics, metals, aggregates and plasterboard.

There are also various options that are available when dealing with these materials which all depend on the material type, how profitable it is when it’s recycled, how easy it is to recycle and level of reusability.

Fast And Worry-free Construction Debris Removal

Done with the renovation of your house but worried about getting rid of a huge amount of debris in the end? By calling our office at 1300Rubbish, you can stop worrying and start enjoying the outcome of your project. Our team at 1300Rubbish works hard in providing our customers with professional and reliable construction debris removal services. By simply calling us at 1300 78 22 47, you can easily get a free and non-obligation quote. You can also rely on our clean up services that include a thorough sweep up of the area after the job.


 

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