Construction & Demolition (C&D) Debris Management
Region 5 Contact
C&D recycling market directories are available from your state environmental agency or recycling association. Since information changes frequently, it's a good idea to call first before attempting to take a load of materials to a C&D recycler!
- Illinois Environmental Protection Agency, Bureau of Land,Waste Reductions and Compliance staff
- Illinois: Construction & Demolition Debris
- Indiana Department of Environmental Management, Office of Land Quality, Solid Waste Program.
- Recycling and reuse questions should be directed to IDEM, Office of Pollution Prevention and Technical Assistance.
- Indiana: CTAP Sectors: Construction & Demolition Waste and IDEM Permit Guide: Solid Waste
- Michigan DEQ Recycled Materials Market Directory includes listings for processors, collectors, and brokers of reclaimable materials in various categories including C&D Debris.
- For information about C&D debris recycling in Michigan, visit the Michigan Department of Natural Resources and Environment's Green Construction and Demolition page
- Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, Solid Waste Department.
- Minnesota Recycling Markets Directory has a special section devoted to C&D debris
- Roofing shingles into roads recycling asphalt shingles
- The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency, Division of Solid and Infectious Waste, Construction and Demolition Debris Program, provides information about C&D debris management including related links, documents, and contacts. Additional C&D management resources can be found at OH EPA - Construction & Demolition Guidance Documents.
- Ohio EPA C&D Debris Program
- Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Waste Management Program, provides information on C&D debris in Wisconsin.
- Wisconsin DNR C&D Waste
- WasteCap Resource Solutions C&D recycling directory
- Construction Materials Recycling Association
- Habitat for Humanity ReStores accept donations of and sell used and surplus building materials.
- Construction Waste Management Database to identify local haulers and processors.
- Earth911.org to locate construction reuse and recycling markets across the U.S.