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  • Guidance for Characterization of Concrete and Clean

    12.01.2010· The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (Department or NJDEP) is requiring the characterization, preferably by in situ predemolition sampling, or post-demolition sampling, through the laboratory analysis of concrete, post-demolition concrete- processing fines and brick and block (referred to herein as concrete) at all New Jersey demolition and construction sites that have

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  • Grinnell Recycling, Inc. || Class B Recycling Center

    Recycled Concrete Aggregate (RCA) Grinnell Recycling also produces New Jersey DOT approved crushed concrete (DGA/QP) which is the ideal base material for any construction project. ABOVE: County trucks picking up RCA at our Class B Recycling Center. Clean Wood. Stumps. Concrete & Asphalt. Leaves, Brush & Yard Debris. Grinnell Recycling, Inc. is a New Jersey DEP approved Class B Recycling

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  • Sustainable Management of Construction and

    Asphalt, concrete, and rubble are often recycled into aggregate or new asphalt and concrete products. Wood can be recycled into engineered-wood products like furniture, as well as mulch, compost, and other products. Metals—including steel, copper, and brass—are also valuable commodities to recycle. Additionally, although cardboard packaging from home-building sites is not classified as a C

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  • NJDEP SRWM - Solid & Hazardous Waste

    Bureau of Recycling and Hazardous Waste Management. Karen Kloo, Bureau Chief Main: (609) 984-3438 Fax : (609) 984-0565 . Searchable Data: Helpful Links. Solid and Hazardous Waste Transporters Registration - NJDEP's Division of Compliance and Enforcement; Environmental Education; Forms; N.J.A.C. 7:26 Solid Waste Rule; 7:26A Recycling; 26G Hazardous Waste; and 26H Utility

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  • Hanover Township, NJ

    19.05.2020· Concrete that does not meet NJDEP safety requirements will not be crushed. The contaminated concrete and soil will remain on-site and placed beneath an asphalt roadway and capped in compliance with NJDEP technical requirements and policies for site remediation. A Deed Notice will also be filed with Morris County at the completion of the project that will document the cap along with

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  • Class B Recycling - Bayshore Recycling

    These materials are processed and manufactured into various products including Recycled Concrete Aggregate (RCA), ¾", 1 ½", or 2 ½" recycled stone, fill materials and other aggregates based on project needs. The use of recycled aggregates proves to be an economical alternative to stone, while promoting recycling. Our friendly sales staff can offer alternative materials during

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  • P. Park NJ, LLC | LinkedIn

    As of 6/1/2018 it received a NJDEP Class B Recycling Permit for source separated concrete, brick, block and asphalt. Class B Recycling Facility The State of New Jersey Department of Environmental

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  • Guidance for Characterization of Concrete and

    Name New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP); Site Remediation Program (SRP) Date Created 2007. Subject buildings, toxins, environmental monitoring, recycling, concrete, demolition site, New Jersey. Extent 13 p. Description The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (Department or NJDEP) is requiring the characterization, preferably by in situ predemolition

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  • Quality Management Plan Guidance for Concrete used for

    concrete, such as sulfate attack, freezing and thawing exposure, and potential for alkali-aggregate reaction. The design engineer, in consultation with the area office representative and the contracting officer, is responsible for developing designs and specifications in accordance with industry standards. For concrete design, the American Concrete Institute (ACI) 318-14 includes requirements

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  • Services - Bayshore Recycling

    Bayshore Recycling Corp is able to accept the following materials under our NJDEP Class B Approval: source separated clean concrete; asphalt; brick; block; petroleum contaminated soils ; glass cullet; clean wood; potable water treatment plant residuals; carbon filtration media; street sweepings; slag (on a case by case basis) These materials processed and manufactured into various products

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  • 20+ Recycling Jokes ideas | jokes, recycling,

    Oct 2, 2018 - Explore Bayshore Recycling's board "Recycling Jokes", followed by 694 people on Pinterest. See more ideas about jokes, recycling, bones funny.

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  • NJDEP - Clean Water NJ

    Do not rinse concrete or mortar from a bucket or wheelbarrow into the street; dilute the mixture with water and rinse it into an area with vegetation or gravel. Participate in local recycling programs.

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  • Sustainable Management of Construction and

    Asphalt, concrete, and rubble are often recycled into aggregate or new asphalt and concrete products. Wood can be recycled into engineered-wood products like furniture, as well as mulch, compost, and other products. Metals—including steel, copper, and brass—are also valuable commodities to recycle. Additionally, although cardboard packaging from home-building sites is not classified as a C

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  • Regulations complicate C&D recycling -

    In its statement, Jarred Dorfman, president of ISRI's New Jersey chapter, offered support of the concept of responsible environmental justice legislation but noted ISRI is concerned that, without amendments, S-232 will harm New Jersey and its recycling goals by imposing onerous restrictions and costs on recycling facilities that need to renew their NJDEP permits.

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  • Is NJDEP ramping up enforcement of recycling

    13.04.2020· Fortunately, the NJDEP has 24 different exemptions, spanning a wide variety of recycling activities. However, the exemptions are restrictive and narrowly defined. There are too few and they are often unclear. For example, New Jersey Recycling Exemption #20, also known as the "Contractor's Exemption", is one of the more commonly used exemptions. This exemption allows a construction

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  • Stormwater Best Management Practices: Concrete Washout

    Wet concrete recycling: Builders often order a little more ready mixed concrete than they actually need, so it is common for concrete trucks to : have wet concrete remaining in their drum after a delivery. This unused concrete can be returned to the ready mixed plant and either (1) used to pour precast concrete products (e.g., highway barriers, retaining wall blocks, riprap), (2) used to pave

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  • New Jersey DEP Sets Registration Deadlines for

    Under the new law, any business that does not hold a valid, permanent Soil and Fill Recycling License and is currently engaged in soil and fill recycling services must first register with the NJDEP on or before April 20, 2020. Submitting the completed registration form on or before the April 20, 2020 deadline secures your businesses' ability to continue soil and fill recycling services past

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  • NJDEP SRWM - Solid & Harzardous Waste

    12.01.2018· Guidance - Sampling and Analysis of Concrete Designated for Recycling (January, 2010) [concrete_sampling.***] 125 Kb: 72 Kb : Manual - Composting Leaves and Management of Other Yard Trimmings : 350 Kb : Practical Recycling Economics Making the Numbers Work For Your Program Manual: Title 215 Kb: Intro 472 Kb: Costs 893 Kb: Tools

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  • NJDEP-Recycling Information

    07.04.2020· New Jersey's recycling infrastructure includes 17 intermediate processing facilities for Class A recyclable materials (glass bottles, metal cans, plastic containers, paper grades), over 100 NJDEP-approved recycling centers for Class B recyclable materials (concrete rubble, asphalt debris, wood scrap, scrap tires), and dozens of industrial facilities including steel mills, foundries and paper

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  • How to get a recycling license, permit, or

    The NJDEP's Recycling Approval (Step 3) Your last recycling approval comes from the NJDEP, after submittal of a detailed application. This step tends to be the most technical, but in most cases if you get to this point, you're going to be approved. You'll definitely need an engineered site plan here, and this application can get complicated.

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