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Waste from the construction and demolition industry represents over one third of all waste going to landfill. Over 75% of this is clean, excavated material, such as concrete, bricks and timber which can often be recycled (Sustainability Victoria).

Construction and Demolition Waste in the Flinders Municipal Council area

Many transfer station/waste management centres take Construction and Demolition waste such as bricks, scrap metal and concrete. Find out if there is drop off location in the Flinders Municipal Council area collecting construction and demolition waste.

Sorry, there are no businesses listed for you to drop off Construction and Demolition Waste

Pick up locations for Construction and Demolition Waste

7 pick up businesses match your query on Construction and Demolition Waste

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Business Name Details Picks up Fees Approved Provider
Oz Recycle - Australian Online Recyclers Community Our service is Internet based. All Pick-ups are arrange... Nationally Free
Cleanaway - A Transpacific Business Please contact Cleanaway on 13 13 39 to enquire about p... Tas May apply
Resource Community Pick Up Service Must be reusable goods. Resource Workers will evaluate ... Tas (Metro Area Only) May apply
A E Shaw & Associates P/L Click Business Name for details Nationally May apply
Resource Deconstruction Upon completion of deconstruction project, we will remo... Tas May apply
GuardAway Click Business Name for details Tas (Metro Area Only) May apply
A Rescue Bin Hire Click Business Name for details Nationally (Metro Area Only) May apply

The links below will provide you with assistance to help you minimise your construction and demolition waste as well as the cost of sending it to landfill.

Housing Industry Association GreenSmart
Information about practical, affordable environmental measures in relation to constructing, owning and running a home.

On Site website
This site is dedicated to construction and demolition waste minimisation. It contains case studies, online forums, web links and information resources about waste avoidance and resource recovery for this industry. Developed and maintained by RMIT.

List of Licensed facilities and what they accept