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WHERE TO GET RID OF CONSTRUCTION DEBRIS NOW THAT COUNTY WON'T ACCEPT GREENBURGH C & D
Release Date: October 18, 2014

Earlier this week I sent out an advisory letting residents know that Westchester County WILL NOT accept construction debris. I received many calls and e mails from residents wondering what to do. I asked the Commissioner of Public Works Victor Carosi to prepare a memo that I could share with residents advising people of options.
This policy is a county policy---not a town policy. Until we received notification from the county we were happy to pick up almost anything.  I am sorry for the inconveniences that you and others may be experiencing.
PAUL FEINER
 
Paul,
 
As you are aware, the Town is was recently reminded by Westchester County that no construction related debris may be collected with our garbage.  Construction debris includes sinks, toilets, tile, plaster, roof shingles, wood, plywood, fencing, concrete, rubble, stones, bricks, asphalt, flooring material. 
 
County staff are now checking each load of garbage from our Town garbage trucks and will assess fees or fines to the Town should any of this type of waste be collected by our crews.
 
Luckily, many private carting firms provide this service and residents can contract with any of these firms.  Also, several private waste processing facilities are in Westchester that can accept construction debris.
 
Attached is a list from the Westchester County web site of licensed private waste transfer stations, or you can use this link:
 
http://www3.westchestergov.com/swc/licensed-private-transfer-stations-and-processing-facilities
 
Also, a quick internet search using “construction waste disposal Greenburgh NY”  provided many opportunities for residents to arrange for collection of this debris.  Also local large box home centers such as Lowes and Home Depot, now offer debris bags – often called dumpster in a bag , as an alternative for construction waste collection.  Also, at least two national firms advertise waste lugging services and junk removal services.
 
 
 
Victor G. Carosi, P.E.
Commissioner of Public Works
Town of Greenburgh
 
LICENSED PRIVATE TRANSFER STATIONS
AND PROCESSING FACILITIES
LOCATED IN WESTCHESTER
COUNTY
Transfer stations; facilities in Westchester County that will
accept Municipal Solid Waste, Construction and Demolition
Debris, Scrap Metals, and Recyclable glass, Metals, Paper,
Cardboard and Plastics from individuals;
*** It is recommended that companies
and individuals phone ahead to verify
prices, hours of operation, space
availability, and that the type of waste you
have is accepted at the location ***
NAME OF FACILITY ADDRESS PHONE NUMBER
ACCEPTED
MATERIALS
(call facility
prior to visit)
AMERICAN
INDEPENDENT PAPER
15 South Depot Plaza,
Tarrytown (914) 631-8285 Paper,
Cardboard
EDISON AVE. RECYCLE
MATERIALS SUPPLY
CORP.
41 Edison Ave., Mt.
Vernon (914) 665-9240 Concrete,
Asphalt
FINNE BROTHERS /
ROGAN BROS.
225 Railroad Ave,
Bedford (914) 666-0000
Construction &
Demolition
Debris
TARRYTOWN R & T
CORP./ 'TRAT' (formerly
Karta)
1011 Lower South St.,
Peekskill (914) 737-9017
Construction &
Demolition
Debris
LAKE ST. GRANITE
QUARRY
600 Lake Street, West
Harrison (914) 949-2448 Concrete,
Asphalt
LAWTON ADAMS
CONSTRUCTION CORP. 260 Route 100, Somers (914) 232-3275
Clean
Concrete,
Asphalt, Rock,
Clean Dirt
SUBURBAN CARTING-RS
ACQUISITION (formerly
RIC)
306 Fayette Ave.,
Mamaroneck (914) 698-9161
Municipal
Solid Waste,
Construction &
Demolition
Debris
SUBURBAN CARTING-RS
ACQUISITION (formerly
Mount Kisco)
10 Lincoln Ave., Mount
Kisco (914) 666-6350 Municipal
Solid Waste
SOMERS SANITATION /
BRIA 241 Route 100, Somers (914) 277-8896
Municipal
Solid Waste,
Construction &
Demolition
Debris
WASTE MANAGEMENT-
(formerly A-1 Compaction)
325 Yonkers Ave.,
Yonkers (914) 423-2160
Municipal
Solid Waste,
Construction
& Demolition
Debris
WHEELABRATOR
[RESCO] (Incinerator)
One Charles Point Ave.,
Peekskill (914) 739-9555
** MUST
FIRST
CONTACT
OPERATOR
FOR
DETAILS
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