Construction Waste / Garbage Management System
construction, demolition and renovation waste service…
Nationwide, many landfills are closing or
exhausting their remaining capacity. However, due to
environmental restrictions, zoning laws, and other
regulatory and bureaucratic delays, very few new
landfills are opening to offset the looming space
crisis. Meanwhile construction waste continues to flow in greater volume. Handling
construction waste streams has become a major problem
for most municipalities. With more waste created daily,
landfills nationwide are rapidly facing a capacity
Thus, in the not too distant
future, the landfills now accepting Non-sorted
construction waste will no longer be able to accept it.
Additionally, it will be very impractical, and cost
prohibitive, to transport construction and demolition
waste. Therefore, options for disposing of the bulk
unsorted construction and demolition waste are about to
become very, very limited, which means disposal will
become much, much more costly.
Considering this situation, we offer
municipalities and their current waste management
facilities an extremely valuable service – an
alternative means for disposal construction and
demolition waste. As noted above, in the near
future many landfills will stop receiving bulk unsorted
construction and demolition waste and prices are
expected to increase dramatically due to simple supply
and demand. Not only will tipping fees increase, but as
waste disposal haulers have to go farther and farther to find accommodating
landfills, and transportation costs for the waste will also
increase. We will help them solve this problem, and
ultimately save them, and our customer’s money.
Our service opportunity rationale... Construction Waste has long been a problem for
municipalities and independents which operate waste
management facilities. In metropolitan areas that handle
large amounts of waste, construction waste is generally
disposed in large volume at municipal landfills. Driven
by provincial and federal mandates, recycling and
composting of municipal waste has increased dramatically
during the past decade. There are nearly ten thousand
curb side recycling programs in North America, and
nearly 15,000 drop-off centers for recyclable material.
Global Eco-Safe Recycling business model presents an
opportunity to recycle a landfill bound waste, save the
landfill space, and give the consumer the opportunity to
benefit from the many positive aspects of the
recycling waste material.
Construction, Renovation and Demolition Waste (CRD)
Here are a few facts:
Recycling CRD dates from
the time of the Romans, who, when rebuilding their
roads, would reuse the stones from the previous
In North America, CRD
debris makes up between 25% and 45% of the waste
Less than 25% of North
American CRD debris is recycled.
The CRD industry is the
largest generator of wood wastes.
diversion rate fell from 29% in 1995 to 21% in 1997,
in part because of an increase in CRD activity.
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