Construction and Demolition (C&D) waste is a portion of solid waste resulting from the construction or demolition of buildings and other structures. Unlike regular household trash, construction and demolition (C&D) debris cannot be put at the curb on trash day.
Construction and Demolition Debris may include:
- Roofing Materials
- Treated & Untreated Wood Scraps
- Concrete, Asphalt, Bricks, Blocks
- Linoleum / Tile
- Kitchen / Bath Fixtures (tubs, toilets, sinks)
You may dispose of C&D debris at the ACUA or it can be recycled, which is often more economical.
Click here to learn how you can dispose of these items at ACUA
Click here to visit the NJDEP's site for a list of Approved Class B Recycling Facilities
If your home improvements have left you with other items not listed above, please click here to search for proper disposal.