Construction Waste-Accepted, Not Accepted and Accepted in Limited Quantities

Accepted Construction Waste

Fiberboard

Flooring – Wood, Vinyl

House Wrap

Joint Compound/Spackling Material

PVC Pipe

Tar Paper

Doors – Vinyl and Wood

Bathroom and Kitchen Fixtures – Bathtubs, Showers, Sinks, Toilets

Not Accepted Construction Waste

Asbestos Ceiling Tile

Bricks

Cement

Concrete

Macadam/Pavement

Metal Beams, Doors, Siding, etc.

Railroad Ties

Sand

Shingles – Asbestos, Clay, Concrete, Slate

Soil

Solar Panels

Stone/Gravel

Accepted Construction Waste in Limited Quantity

Carpet – must measure 6 feet or less in length and be able to be carried by one person

Non-asbestos Ceiling Tile – limited to two 42 gallon contractor bags per disposal

Drywall (aka Gypsum Board, Plasterboard, Sheetrock or Wallboard) – limited to two 42 gallon contractor bags per disposal

Duct Board – limited to two 42 gallon contractor bags per disposal

Fencing – must measure 6 feet by 6 feet or less and have no concrete attached to posts

Fiberglass Insulation – limited to two 42 gallon contractor bags per disposal

Glass (with or without window frame) – limited to two 42 gallon contractor bags per disposal

Lumber (including pressure-treated) – must measure 6 feet or less in length and 6 inches or less in diameter

Plaster – limited to two 42 gallon contractor bags per disposal

Rolled Rubber Roofing – must measure 6 feet or less in length and be able to be carried by one person

Siding (wood and vinyl) – must measure 6 feet or less in length

Shingles (Asphalt, Metal, Vinyl, Wood Shake)-limited to one pick-up truck or small trailer load per disposal

Tile (flooring and wall) – limited to two 42 gallon contractor bags per disposal