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1.Public Disposal Sites Recycling Centers EDCO Construction, Demolition and Inert CDI Recycling FacilitySan MarcosServices EDCO processes mixed construction loads of wood, concrete, asphalt and gypsum board Solid, Special, Hazardous and Green Wastes are not accepted at the facility

2.Superior Ready Mix is a Concrete Ready Mix Company, and Concrete Materials Supplier, Aggregate Company, Asphalt Company in Southern California since 1958 We service San Diego County, Riverside County, Imperial County, Coachella Valley Expect Superior service!

3.Currently the city diverts 45% of its refuse through recycling programs The state has granted the city an extension to Dec 31 to meet the mandated diversion requirement "We are facing some tough realities if we do not recycle more in the city of San Diego," said ESD director Elmer L Heap Jr

4.jurisdictions, including the County of San Diego, have Construction and Demolition Recycling requirements Recycling requirements vary by jurisdiction, but materials commonly prohibited from going in the trash include: ASPHALT, CARDBOARD, CONCRETE, DIRT, ROCK, SAND and BRUSH The County of San Diego's Toll Free Recycling

5.Construction and Demolition Recycling Centers in San Diego County Concrete Doors Insulation Lumber Scrap Metals Rock Salvage Materials Sand Tile Windows Wood Pallets Yardwaste Brush Clean Fill Construction and Demolition Recycling Centers in San Diego County D F

6.Pavement Recycling Systems Location across the western United States including California, Arizona and NevadaOffice Locations Pavement Recycling Systems, Inc Home Office 10240 San Sevaine Way Jurupa Valley, CA 91752 P 8009667774 or 9516821091 F 9516821094 San Diego 704 Rock Springs Road Escondido, CA 92025 P 7604896888 F

7.Reuse and recycling of CD materials is one component of a larger holistic practice called sustainable or green building construction The efficient use of resources is a fundamental tenet of green building constructionusing aggregates reclaimed from crushed concrete, or grinding drywall scraps for use on site as a soil amendment

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