Construction and Demolition (C&D) Debris State Links
This page contains additional information on C&D debris management
for the states in
Also see county and local recycling coordinators for additional information on C&D disposal and recycling.
For information about C&D debris management in Delaware, contact the Delaware Department of Natural Resources & Environmental Control (DNREC), Solid & Hazardous Waste Management Branch at (302) 739-3689. Also available:
- Information on debris pits in residential yards - describes how debris pits are created (such as when solid waste including land clearing debris and construction debris are buried below ground) and what you can do.
For information about C&D debris management in the District of Columbia, contact the District of Columbia Department of Public Works' Solid Waste Management Administration at (202) 727-1000.
The Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (MWCOG) also provides additional information on recycling and solid waste in the District of Columbia and surrounding areas.
For information about C&D debris management in Maryland, contact the Maryland Department of the Environment (DEP), Solid Waste Program at (800) 633-6101.
If you're looking for information on reusing building materials
in Maryland check out Second Chance in Baltimore at http://www.secondchanceinc.org/ or the Loading Dock, who have a web page at http://www.loadingdock.org/l .
For information about C&D debris management in Pennsylvania, contact the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), Bureau of Land Recycling and Waste Management at (717) 783-2388.
The Pennsylvania Resources Council also provides additional information on recycling and solid waste.
In addition, the Professional Recyclers of Pennsylvania provides information on markets for recyclable commodities, including C&D materials.
If you're looking for information on reusing building materials in PA or to purchase reused building materials, check out Construction Junction in Pittsburgh. they have a web site at http://www.constructionjunction.org/ or in Philadelphia look at ReStore at http://www.re-store-online.com/ . Construction Junction is western Pennsylvania's first non-profit retail store for used and surplus building materials. ReStore, an architectural salvage clearing house, was opened with a commitment to respect the resources of the environment by prolonging the life of usable materials. ReStore, in Philadelphia, PA., offers architectural salvage, deconstruction services as well as design consultations
For information about C&D debris management in Virginia, contact the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ), Waste Management Program at (804) 698-442.
For information about C&D debris management in West Virginia, contact the West Virginia Division of Environmental Protection (DEP), Office of Waste Management at (304) 926-0465.
- West Virginia Solid Waste Management Board's Waste Materials Exchange