Solid Waste in New England
Construction and Demolition (C&D) Debris: State Agencies and Other Organizations
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Use the links on this page to access contact information and other resources from New England state agencies and other organizations:
The ReCONNstruction Center
Salvaging and acquiring used building materials for resale and reuse.
Maine Housing Building Materials Exchange (MHBME)
MHBME solicits donations of new, used, discarded and surplus building materials and related items, from manufacturers, suppliers, building/demolition contractors, and others.
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Recycling - Construction & Demolition Debris
Includes information on C&D waste reduction planning, recycling and reusing C&D debris, government regulations, policies, and incentives, materials that require special handling (e.g., asbestos, pressure-treated wood and wood with lead paint), and green building design
Boston Building Resources (BBR)
BBR takes in residential construction/demolition reusables, including over-runs such as vanities, sinks, and tiles.
Collects donated office furniture and building supplies.
ReStore Home Improvement Center
Accepts donations of quality, but unwanted, home improvement materials
Springfield Massachusetts, an “Eco-Friendly” big-box building materials store.
Companies that Resell or Reuse Construction & Demolition Materials, New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services (DES)
Locations and contact information for companies that reclaim, reuse, or otherwise salvage used building materials.
Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) - Waste Management Division, Reducing Vermont's Construction Waste
Information on grants, salvage and recycling markets, planning for waste reduction, and job-site case studies.
Deconstruction and salvage of reusable materials
ReNew Building Materials & Salvage, Inc
ReNew accepts donations of used and surplus building materials and resells them at our retail store in Brattleboro, VT. ReNew also offers deconstruction services in Vermont and New Hampshire.