Disposing concrete, the right way!

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India recycles just one percent of its construction and demolition (C&D) waste, a new report released by Delhi-based non-profit ‘Centre for Science and Environment (CSE)’ on August 25, 2020, has shown. The country generates an estimated 150 million tonnes of C&D waste every year, according to the Building Material Promotion Council. But the official recycling capacity is a meagre 6,500 tonnes per day — just about one per cent. Some cement companies have taken an initiative to use municipal solid waste as fuel for the kilns, in places like Chandigarh, Jaipur & the likes. 
Infrabazaar.com discusses why concrete disposal continues to be important and doable ways of disposing.

Rent / Hire / Lease a dumper
Renting or leasing a dumper is one of the most affordable and easiest ways to dispose of concrete. Dumpers could also help with materials like asphalt, bricks, stone that can all be thrown in a dumpster. When hiring dumpers on a temporary basis, from platforms like infrabazaar.com you could order one to best fit your needs. For heavier disposals, you might want to be mindful about getting dumpers with the right weight capacity.

 

Contact a building supplies retailer
In some cases, building supplies retailers will accept your unused concrete. These businesses generally don’t offer pick-up services and ask you to haul the concrete to them instead.

 

Find a scrap hauling company
Hiring a scrap hauling company is a great option if you have a large amount of leftover concrete. This is also a convenient option if you don’t have access to a truck to offload the concrete yourself. This option may cost you a bit, but it will save you time and energy from manual labour.

 

Rope in a landscaping company
 Leftover concrete is something landscaping companies are often looking for to use in their projects. Typically, landscaping companies use leftover concrete as a greener option for creating sidewalks, flower boxes and retaining walls. 

Also, leftover concrete is used as a base layer for new roads, by landscaping construction materials companies, they’ll often crush it further & use it. You could also sell it at nominal costs.

 

Make a community donation
Concrete doesn’t come cheap and contractors and local businesses are often on the hunt for leftover concrete they can use for their current projects. One option for finding these groups is to post an advertisement on social media or to let your neighbors know that you have leftover concrete up for grabs.

 

You may be able to make a little money off of the concrete you’re selling, but in most instances, the best outcome is offering the concrete for free in return for someone else hauling it from your site.

 

Another route is to reach out to nonprofits and community groups to see if they have a need for leftover concrete. They’re often thankful for the free resource and may offer to come to pick it.
 
At the end of the day, finding a concrete disposal option that’s right for you is likely going to come down to ease and price. Choosing an option like a dumpster rental allows you the benefits of having experts come and remove your concrete and take it to a proper disposal location. Whether you choose to advertise your leftover concrete or hire professionals, there are disposal options for every budget and preference.



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