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Construction Waste

Construction waste has become a massive environmental concern, which has resulted in a growing list of laws for businesses to follow.

According to the Environmental Protection Agency, construction and demolition waste is double the amount of solid waste generated in the United States each year.

Cities gear most initiatives towards eliminating as much waste as possible. This manifests in the form of building material regulations, dumping laws, material recycling programs, and development regulations. 

Legal requirements for what types of building materials can be used and how a company can dispose of materials when they undergo a renovation or rebuild impacts which development companies can conduct business in a region and how they manage a project.

Using a tool that tracks a city council calendar like Agenda Software is the only way to ensure that you are in-the-know of what policy changes are happening where you do business. 

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