Demolition Recycling Made Easy
Expert Demolition Recycling
Whatever demolition waste you need handling, anywhere in the UK, TopHazardousWaste.com can supply you with demolition waste removal process tailored to your specific needs.
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Demolition of a building usually signifies that the structure has ceased to be useful and come to the end of its life. This may be true for the whole but couldn’t be more wrong when it comes to the sum of its parts. When a building is demolished it is possible to find a suitable use for most of the materials used in its construction through demolition recycling.
Demolition recycling involves the collection and reuse of items including bricks, timber, paving slabs, roofing tiles and even top soil. These items can be extracted from the site and sent for processing at a recycling plant before being made available for reuse. If you’ve got a demolition job to take care of, give our expert Demolition Team a call now on FreePhone 0800 954 15 51 and get your demolition recycling sorted.
As of April 2008, if your demolition project is costed at over £300,000; you will require a Site Waste Management Plan (SWMP). This assesses, regulates and predicts the amount of construction waste that will be produced by your project and factors in how much of it can be recycled. The correct use of an SWMP will lead to efficient and optimised demolition recycling.
If you’re planning a demolition then you need to be planning demolition recycling. By incorporating demolition recycling, you’ll be conducting an environmentally friendly demolition plus maximising your possible income streams. TopHazardousWaste.com can help you make more money from your project by selling your waste materials through demolition recycling.
Your demolition waste is worth money to construction companies or anyone conducting a renovation. You can recycle general materials such as crushed concrete, metal and glass or more detailed items such as masonry, carved stone, period doors and traditional windows.