CRS, which has a recycling facility on
Railroad Avenue in Anchorage, was developed to recycle and reclaim construction
and demolition materials. In the Anchorage
area alone it is estimated that these materials
comprise 20 percent to 30 percent of Anchorage’s waste stream. CEI is a CRS customer, as
are the military and private sector contractors looking to reclaim materials from demolition projects around the region.
There are many benefits to recycling construction and demolition materials. Not only
is a portion of the waste that would normally
go into the landfill diverted but carbon footprints are reduced, and companies can save
money by recycling materials, especially as
the cost of energy and raw materials continues to rise. Companies also save on the
cost of trucking goods to a landfill and tipping fees. Increased recycling is also helping
services to clients and
and demolition debris
to its recycling arm,
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