Arwood Waste Service has a 100% waste diversion goal.
That means we make every attempt to recycle dumpster rental contents whenever possible. Eco-friendly junk removal keeps rubbish out of landfills, helping to protect the environment. Arwood Waste recycles as much as possible including construction and demolition debris, asphalt, carpet, clean wood, concrete bricks, corrugated cardboard, glass, gypsum board, land clearing debris, metals, and plastic. We provide LEED project documentation upon request.
With eco-friendly junk removal in mind, we divert all of our filled dumpsters to transfer stations. These recycling stations use only state-of-the-art technology specializing in high-rate and reliable recycling practices. We ensure they offer reliable recycling of mixed waste construction, household debris, renovation, and construction and demolition debris. All of our chosen disposal sites have a goal of at least 80% diversion. This helps to keep your waste out of landfills and into the proper recycling center.
We’ll gladly assist you with environmental regulations, LEED documentation, and waste types based on your project description. Give us a call at 904-751-5656 if you have any questions about the environmental requirements of your junk hauling project.
Eco Friendly Junk Removal: What gets recycled?
The following recyclable materials are kept out of landfills and are recycled for use in future goods: Metals, Paper/Cardboard, Plastics, Electronics, Concrete, Untreated Wood, Asphalt, and Roofing Shingles.
Arwood Waste doesn’t accept household hazardous waste consisting of materials that pose potential threats to people and the environment, such as:
- Pesticides and insect sprays
- Rust removers
- Wood preservatives
- Chlorine Bleach
- Drain openers
- Chemicals including non-commercial corrosive chemicals, hobby, swimming pool, automotive
- Muriatic acid
- Used motor oil or transmission fluid
- Gear oil
- Paint products including oil, thinner, latex, spray and stripper
Call S&A Container Service today at 904-751-5656 with any questions about our environmental practices