DEMOLITION & CONSTRUCTION SERVICES 2018-10-11T20:00:06+00:00
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DEMOLITION & CONSTRUCTION SERVICES

Whether it’s the construction of a high rise, a building refurbishment, shop fit out, redevelopment or infrastructure project, Appleton Waste Services has extensive experience managing waste from constructions and demolitions.

Traditionally one of the biggest contributors to landfill, we make the most of construction and demolition waste to ensure as much of it is recycled and repurposed as possible. All types of construction and demolition waste materials are recycled including broken bricks, concrete, green waste, plasterboard, metals, soils, tiles and timber.

Appleton Waste Services’s construction and demolition waste services include:
  • Front Load & Roll Off bins to meet your capacity requirements
  • Fast bin delivery turnaround times (same day and after hours) through the use of an innovative GPS fleet tracking system
  • Flexible collections
  • Site-based waste management plans and monthly recycling performance reports
  • Customised waste management and recycling solutions to minimise the amount of waste going to landfill

Appleton Waste Services aims to recover, recycle and reuse building waste wherever possible. Our facilities sort, process and recycle building materials to divert the waste from going to landfill. Waste materials like concrete, bricks, timber, soil and green waste continue their life beyond the building site through different forms of recycling or reuse.

DEMOLITION &
CONSTRUCTION 
SERVICES

Appleton Waste Services’s construction and demolition waste services include:

  • Front Load & Roll Off bins to meet your capacity requirements
  • Fast bin delivery turnaround times (same day and after hours) through the use of an innovative GPS fleet tracking system
  • Flexible collections
  • Site-based waste management plans and monthly recycling performance reports
  • Customised waste management and recycling solutions to minimise the amount of waste going to landfill

We aim to recover, recycle and reuse building waste wherever possible by sorting, processing and recycling building materials to diverting it from landfill. Waste materials like concrete, bricks, timber, soil and green waste continue their life beyond the building site through different forms of recycling or reuse.

REQUEST A QUOTE
ROLL OFF BINS
FRONT LOAD BINS
GENERAL WASTE
MATERIALS RECYCLING FACILITY
WASTE TRANSFER STATION
INDUSTRIAL, DEMOLITION & CONSTRUCTION
MUNICIPAL COLLECTION
COMMERCIAL SERVICES


Resource Recovery Solutions

We work closely with clients to understand their processes and requirements and our resource recovery solutions can be tailored to focus on specific environmental elements such as energy recovery, waste material recycling, water recycling, treating hazardous waste and minimizing the overall carbon footprint.

Construction and demolition waste materials that would otherwise go to landfill are recovered for recycling and reuse in purpose built resource recovery facilities and landfills. Concrete and bricks are crushed down for reuse; soil and wood are reused as mulch and woodchips for horticultural use; clean timber waste recovered is reused as fuel for power plants and metals are recycled.


Education and Awareness

Waste and recycling education is central to raising awareness about the importance of recycling and to changing behaviors within your business. We partner with you to deliver integral information to help you achieve the best results for your company and for our planet.

 

LEED® Certification Assistance

Appleton Waste Services’s expertise in the Material and Resources section of LEED® New Construction can help you meet your diversion goals and gain points toward LEED certification.

Obtaining LEED certification for your project offers proof that you’ve achieved your environmental objectives and could allow you to take advantage of financial incentives.

  • Prerequisite 1 – Storage and Collection of Recyclables (Construction Waste Management Plan)
  • Credit 2 – Construction Waste Management
  • Credit 3 – Materials Reuse
  • Credit 6 – Waste Stream Audit
  • Credit 7 – Ongoing Consumables
  • Credit 8 – Durable Goods
  • Credit 9 – Facility Alterations and Additions
  • Regional Priority credits associated with the MR category

Working together, we can help you achieve maximum credits for MR Solid Waste Management. Contact us today to learn more.

Ever wonder what happens to demolition & construction recycling?

Ever wonder what happens to the recyclable materials after they have been processed?  Your recycling bins are emptied and the recyclable materials are processed and sorted at our Material Recovery Facility (MRF) but what happens next?

Materials are treated and the resources are recovered in a number of different ways:

What happens to STEEL?

Steel tins are baled and sold to recyclers to be remade into steel products and packaging. Steel is ‘detinned’ to remove the thin layer of tin and is then heated using a furnace and mixed with other recycled scrap metal.

The melted product is then poured into casters to make ingots. Steel is 100 per cent recyclable so these recycled steel ingots can be used to make new car bodies, cans, aerosols, bikes, BBQs, furniture and goods.

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What happens to ALUMINUM?

Aluminum cans and aerosols are baled and sent to a processing plant, where they are heated and melted in a furnace.

The liquid metal is cast into ingots that are then rolled into sheets in a mill and sent to the manufactures to be made back into aluminum products such as can, aerosols, bikes, cars and even planes. Recycled aluminum is just as good quality as aluminum made straight from bauxite and is more environmentally friendly.

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What happens to GLASS?

Glass is stockpiled and transported to a glass plant where the glass is scanned for any impurities and carefully sorted to remove items such as pyrex, ceramics, china, bone, oven proof glass and any other products that will not melt down. Once melted down, the sorted glass is mixed with cullet (crushed glass) for remolding back into the new bottles and jars. Glass can take up to 1000 years to breakdown in landfill but recycling glass only requires only 40 per cent of the energy necessary to make glass from sand.

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What happens to Concrete & Demolition Waste Materials?

Construction and demolition waste materials that would otherwise go to landfill are recovered for recycling and reuse in purpose built resource recovery facilities and at landfills. Concrete and bricks are crushed down for reuse; soil and wood are reused as mulch and woodchips for horticultural use; clean timber waste recovered is reused as fuel for power plants and metals are recycled.

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