Residents and businesses can dispose of construction and demolition debris at local private facilities.
Construction and demolition debris is defined as materials resulting from the alteration, construction, destruction, rehabilitation or repair of any physical structure. Materials include lumber, drywall, brick concrete, metals, plaster, windows, roofing materials, plumbing fixtures, electrical wiring, heating equipment, asphalt and insulation.
See a list of facilities that accept construction debris for recycling and/or disposal.
If you have railroad ties, see the Ohio EPA's guidance document regarding railroad ties. Railroad ties should be disposed of in a solid waste or construction and demolition debris landfill.
Have you considered deconstruction as an option? Deconstruction is defined as selectively dismantling a structure for the purpose of salvaging valuable construction and architectural materials to resell, reuse, or recycle. For more information, see our deconstruction page.
The locations listed below accept donations of usable construction materials to maintain their facilities or help the organization's mission.
Looking to recycle, donate or dispose of other items? Use the dark blue 'What Do I Do With?' search bar at the top of every page of this website. Allow location services or use the city drop-down to find opportunities in your local area.