Fair Haven and Rutland town currently collect asphalt shingles and sheetrock as part of their C&D program. RCSWD also accepts asphalt shingles and drywall. Contact RCSWD at 802-775-7209 for a current list of accepted materials and fee structure. The Agency of Natural Resources has submitted its report on Architectural Waste to the Vermont Legislature.
Fair Haven and Rutland town transfer stations, Hubbard Brothers, and the RCSWD Transfer Station accept drywall as part of their construction and demolition debris collection program. Rutland Town Transfer Station, Hubbard Brothers, and the RCSWD transfer station accept asphalt shingles. Looking to recycle your asphalt shingles and drywall?
EPA released a video on the benefits of deconstruction. Deconstruction gives a second life to used building materials from demolition and renovation projects. It prevents usable materials from going to the landfill, makes building materials available to the community, and supports workforce development. Learn more by watching EPA’s new video “The Benefits of Deconstruction.”
By Pam Clapp|2021-05-28T16:17:28+00:00May 5, 2021|A, C, D|Comments Off on Asphalt Shingles, Drywall, Construction & Demolition Debris