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Construction Material, Concrete, & Lumber
The Recycling Center strives to recycle as many materials as possible. Unfortunately, because of the bulk and labor involved with processing, some items have a small fee attached to them.

Concrete
Clean concrete is accepted at the Recycling Center for $24.00 per ton in quantities less than a pickup load at a time. There is a $5.00 minimum charge which covers approximately 400 pounds. 

Other concrete disposal options in the metro area are listed here.

Construction and Demolition Material
Construction and demolition material are accepted at the Recycling Center at a cost of $50.00 per ton. There is a $5.00 minimum charge which covers approximately 200 pounds. Construction and demolition material include drywall, carpeting, roofing, siding (wood or vinyl), treated lumber and railroad ties. Home furnishings are also accepted as construction and demolition material.

Asphalt Shingle Recycling - SPECIAL PRICING
    • Clean, separated asphalt shingles are accepted for $40 per ton if the customer identifies the point of origin. Contact the CBRC to sign-up as an asphalt shingle recycling partner and learn more about the program. 
    • Loads that include unsorted asphalt shingles are accepted for $50 per ton if the customer identified the point of origin.
    • Asphalt shingles in an unsorted or separated load where the origin is not identified are accepted for $60 per ton. 

Lumber
Lumber that has been treated is included with Construction and Demolition Material. Lumber that has not been treated, however, is accepted at a cost of $24.00 per ton. There is a $5.00 minimum charge which covers approximately 400 pounds.

Clean lumber includes unpainted and untreated construction lumber and lumber with no roofing, spikes, laminate or drywall attached to it. Clean lumber may, however, have nails in it. Mixed loads containing lumber, rubble or other items are charged at the construction debris rate (see above).

Any loads containing regular garbage, such as food items, clothing, small toys, fecal matter, etc. will not be accepted. 


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