Water Quality District - Hazardous Waste
What is it?
Construction waste includes: building materials, packaging, and rubble resulting from construction, remodeling, and repair of buildings and roads. Demolition debris is waste resulting from the demolition of buildings, roads, and other human-made structures. It includes concrete, brick, wood, masonry, glass, rock, metal, and plastic building parts. It does not include asbestos waste. See Asbestos for disposal information on asbestos waste.
- Save: Before remodeling, remove and save usable items such as: doors, windows, and bathroom fixtures that can be reused.
- Donate: Donate your building materials to a charitable organization. You could receive a tax deduction, and would be helping someone else out. Check with Habitat for Humanity (549-8210) or Home Resource (541-8300) to see if they can use your materials.
- Give Away Ads: Contact the Missoulian, Missoula Independent, or Messenger to see if they are offering free "give-away" classified ads.
- By sorting your construction waste or demolition debris, you may be able to find recycling outlets for cardboard, concrete, scrap metal, wood, and other wastes.
- Waste Hauler: Call Allied to see if they will accept your building and demolition debris.
- For large jobs, you may want to arrange for a roll-off container to be dropped off at your location. Check with Allied (728-9572) for costs and arrangements.
The Residential Disposal Guide is provided by the Missoula Valley Water Quality District as a public service and is not an endorsement of specific businesses, services or products. Any omissions or inaccuracies are unintentional. Please contact us with corrections or additions. Call businesses or agencies to confirm hours, locations and charges for services, if any. For information on disposal of items not listed, email or call the Water Quality District at 406-258-4890, M - F, 8 am to 5 pm.
Much of the information provided is from the Washington County, MN, Dept. of Public Health and Environment website.
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