A good look at how Naikoon Contracting Ltd. up in Vancouver British Columbia approaches job site waste management and the sorting of demolition materials for recycling. For our larger Unbuilding and De-Construction projects, we do the same thing with plywood boxed in areas for the differing categories of demolition and unbuilding materials. For smaller projects, it might just mean having several large prominently well labeled industrial garbage cans on site.
I am reminded of how years ago when Martha Stewart was moving from her longtime home in Westport CT to a large old farm estate at the top of the Girdle Ridge hill in Katonah NY while we didn’t work on her project it was walking distance from one we were doing at the time and was on my way to and from the project each day and for it size (several buildings) it was the cleanest most organized demolition storage site I had ever seen and might have been where I got my ideas and inspiration for even better organization of building demolition.
September 28, 2017 by John Bleasby Not only does award-winning Vancouver contractor Naikoon Contracting pride itself on the energy efficiency of the homes they build, they’ve made a major commitment to being conscious of the environmental impact of the actual build itself. “Over the last few years we were realizing that site presentation was very important.
Some further reading from the Naikoon website blog and another article from Tools of the Trade I ran across the other day:
- Naikoon’s Construction Recycling Program 101 – Naikoon
- Construction Recycling 101, Pt. 2: Meet the Beast! – Naikoon
- Clean & Green: Waste Management on Naikoon Job Sites – Naikoon
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