Whether from a natural catastrophe or selective demolition, we provide full-service demolition services and hauling services for construction debris. We sort and recycle concrete, asphalt, wood, aluminum, corrugated cardboard, and several other kinds of other metals. Any debris that is unable to be reduced, reused, or recycled is properly and safely disposed of, via debris hauling to the appropriate landfills. In addition, all hazardous materials on the job site, like lead-based paint or asbestos, are handled within guidelines, remediated, and properly disposed of prior to demolition.
In any situation where hazardous debris removal is needed, our technicians are trained in the appropriate disposal. We plan a safe and isolated area to organize and store debris being removed before taking it off-site, as it is handled by certified personnel and sent to state-approved facilities to be destroyed in accordance with local and state regulations. Depending on the project, our teams may document site activities following regulatory guidelines and industry standards including logs and reports for building owners for insurance or compliance requirements.
Debris can be defined as any materials left behind after a demolition, a remodel, or after a disaster has caused damage to a building and the surrounding area. Debris can include construction and building materials like drywall, concrete rubble, framing materials, roofing, siding, glass, insulation, landscaping debris, and more. Debris left behind after a disaster can include tree limbs, wreckage from cars or structures in the surrounding area, trash, or other items. Construction debris from a construction site or general construction project may also warrant debris removal, junk removal, and hauling services.
This is not recommended as debris removal—including concrete removal— can be hazardous. Many forms of debris may require heavy equipment to move or special considerations to safely and legally dispose of them. ATI’s demolition and disaster recovery teams are equipped and certified to remove debris safely and efficiently. ATI also provides hauling services to landfills and recycle centers accordingly.
The cost will vary depending on several factors, including the amount and weight of the debris, what materials are found amongst the debris, and if specialty abatement requirements are needed while handling debris, such as if lead or asbestos is present. Consult with ATI about the specifics of your demolition project for information on pricing.
ATI’s full-service structural demolition team has managed building clean-outs, drywall demolition, concrete demolition, concrete sawing, concrete removal, explosives, and removal services such as debris hauling to landfills, junk removal, and dirt removal.
Demolition waste is all debris from a commercial demolition project, including concrete demolition. It usually consists of both hazardous materials (most notably, asbestos) and building materials (such as drywall, tiles, glass, concrete, metal, wood, etc.). While hazardous debris needs to be carefully handled and disposed of, non-hazardous demolition debris can often be recycled or reused.