Renovation & Demolition Waste; Deconstruction vs. Demolition:

Reuse Marketplace (11-28-12) - "A free regional network to find, sell, trade, or give away reusable and surplus items that would otherwise be disposed as trash. ... Businesses, institutions, governments, and organizations in the states of Connecticut, Delaware, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island and Vermont are eligible to create accounts and to post listings. Anyone is welcome to search or browse the posted items...."

See DEEP's web sites for:

And, a note from DEP (11-10-10): "We plan to keep adding more recycling markets as they become known. Soon information on gypsum wallboard, ceiling tile and carpet/carpet pads will be added. If you know of recycling markets that are not listed - please let me know. Also in the works is a new page on deconstruction and demolition to help contractors working in this industry and municipalities and/or general contractors looking for deconstruction contractors. And, ...

... we have a Connecticut C&D Reuse and Recycling List Serve – NEW! This list is open to professionals and community volunteers working on C&D recycling efforts and is for discussing C&D recycling and recovery challenges and opportunities in Connecticut. CT DEP is sponsoring this discussion list to encourage cross-pollination of ideas, hear new concepts, approaches and technologies, share successes, projects and programs and overall provide each other support in an effort to increase C&D recycling and recovery in Connecticut. To join, email Sherill Baldwin." - Sherill Baldwin, Source Reduction and Recycling, Department of Environmental Protection, Hartford, CT ; 860.424.3440 phone; 860.424.4059 fax.

DEEP Guidance on Renovation and Demolition Waste

DEEP's Strategies for Success flyer

DEEP's EHS (Environmental, Health & Safety) Checklist

DEEP's Renovation/Demolition Red Flag List for Local Officials

Check with your land use or environmental counsel for any updates to laws and regulations.

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