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Today for
County of San Bernardino

Construction & Demolition Waste


Recycling Guide & Directory

a Better

Tomorrow

Our mission

is to minimize waste disposal by


encouraging waste prevention,
reuse and recycling while ensuring
environmentally sound solid waste
handling services.

Save money
and resources
through job-site
recycling &
waste prevention

Construction & Demolition Waste


Recycling Guide & Directory

County of San Bernardino


Department of Public Works
Solid Waste Management Division
222 W. Hospitality Lane, 2nd Floor
San Bernardino, California 92415-0017
800/722-8004 909/386-8701
Website: www.sbcounty.gov/dpw/solidwaste
E-mail: solid.wastemail@dpw.sbcounty.gov

SOME CONTENT COURTESY OF


King County Solid Waste Management Division
City of Los Angeles
San Mateo County

Inside this Booklet


2 Introduction

3 The Reuse Concept

4 Starting a Program

7 Hazardous Materials

10 County/City Contacts

11 Franchise Haulers

12 San Bernardino County Landfill Sites

13 Notes

Inclusion in this publication does not constitute an endorsement by The County of San Bernardino
of any business entity, product, or service.

Introduction
A Whole Lot to do About Something

Conserving Our Natural Resources

State law requires that localities throughout the State divert


50% of the solid waste they generate from the landfills.
Some San Bernardino County comunities are below the
50% diversion goal, while others fight to remain above it.
Construction and demolition material has been targeted for
diversion by the County of San Bernardino because of the
significant amounts of debris generated by the construction
industry. If diversion rates do not reach or stay above 50%,
State fines could be as high as $10,000 per day, for each day
of violation.

C&D materials can be recycled into a number of useful


products. Concrete and asphalt wastes are crushed for use
as aggregate base in road construction; metal can be sold as
scrap to processors for recycling. Wood and green wastes can
be used for soil amendment; good quality red clay brick is
marketed by building materials companies; and corrugated
cardboard can be recycled into new cardboard packaging. All
of these recycling efforts help to conserve natural resources,
one of the primary goals of resource recovery.

Construction and demolition (C&D) are materials generated


in the construction and demolition of buildings, roads,
homes, tenant improvements, landscaping, hardscaping,
and site clearing activities. This waste stream includes, but is
not limited to: concrete, asphalt, gypsum, wood waste, glass,
ferrous and non-ferrous metals, red clay brick, corrugated
cardboard, soils, trees, and shrubs. This guide provides
information on reducing, reusing, and recycling the volume
of construction and demolition materials at the source.

Extending The Life of Our Landfills


Available landfill space in San Bernardino County is
decreasing. As mentioned above, the State of California
enacted legislation requiring that localities reduce the
amount of waste they send to landfills. To reach this goal, it
is essential that the C&D waste stream be managed through
source reduction, reuse, and recycling efforts. Fortunately,
there can be considerable cost savings to contractors who
reduce or recycle these materials. These savings will increase
as landfill capacity diminishes and disposal costs increase in
the coming years. As of yet there are no ordinances regarding
the recycling of C&D debris for the County of San Bernardino.
However, beginning January 1, 2011, the State of California
will require all new buildings in the state to follow the CA
Green Building Standards. CALGREEN will require a 20%
reduction in water use, a 50% diversion rate for construction
and demolition waste and installation of low polluting/
emitting materials. San Bernardino County operates the
Comprehensive Disposal Site Diversion Program (CDSDP)
at most County disposal sites. The objective of the program
is to increase recycling efforts in response to the statemandated waste reduction goals. Residential and commercial
customers are charged an additional fee to have their loads
reviewed and recyclables sorted and diverted from the waste
stream. Items that are diverted include: wood/green wastes,
tires, concrete, metal and other C&D materials.

Beginning a C&D Recycling Program


The first step in recycling your C&D waste materials is to preassess the amounts and composition of your waste; the time
frame in which materials will be generated; and the amount
of space available for separation of materials at the site. With
this information, you can begin to determine what wastes
will be generated and if the quantities will be significant
enough to warrant source separation. Depending on the
availability of storage and hauling, decisions can be made
as to those materials to separate out from the mixed wastes.
Of course, the more materials that are eliminated from the
mixed wastes, the more money you can save.

Reducing Your Waste Hauling & Disposal


Costs
If your C&D materials are currently being sent to the landfill,
your disposal costs may be unnecessarily high. The tipping
fees for concrete and asphalt at San Bernardino County
operated landfills, for example, currently average about
$55 per ton. Tipping fees at concrete and asphalt recycling
facilities can be as low as $10 per ton. Your company may
be able to save money through avoided disposal costs and
receive revenues from the sale of presorted materials such as
scrap metal and cardboard.
The cost of transporting materials to recycling processors
may be a concern to contractors. Trucking and transportation
costs may range from $65.00 and up per hour each way. As
shown in this listing guide, San Bernardino County has many
recycling facilities, some of which are located close to County
landfills. Contractors can make arrangements to have bins
provided and have C&D materials source separated and
hauled from construction sites. There are processing firms
that will provide on-site crushers for recycling and reuse of
concrete and asphalt, which may reduce hauling and disposal
fees. Waste haulers may offer special services, at reduced fees,
for source-separated construction material.

Introduction

The Reuse
Concept
Some materials can be separated and reused in
their existing form at the site or by other businesses and
organizations. By participating in a materials exchange,
a company can improve its bottom line: reducing disposal
fees and saving money. This may require some advanced
planning. There are several organizations that may be able
to reuse your unwanted materials:
Solid Waste Management Division has partnered with
CalRecycle on the California Materials Exchange Program
(CalMAX) to create SBCountyMax.
SBCountyMAX is an on-line service that provides listings of
available and wanted reusable waste materials or excess
materials generated by a variety of businesses. If you are
looking for low cost materials or generate large quantities of
reusable waste or excess material, this could be for you. For
SBCountyMAX, please visit www.sbcountymax.org to view or
place an ad, its free or call 1-800-722-8004.

Habitat for Humanity San Bernardino


Area
A non-profit organization, Habitat for Humanity uses
volunteer labor and donated materials to build and
rehabilitate housing for low-income families and sells
them at cost. This organization relies heavily on donations
for its building supplies, and often is in need of a wide
variety of construction materials. For example, plywood
and dimensional lumber are greatly needed. Habitat for
Humanity has limited storage space, moves from site to site,
and must comply with strict building codes; any donations
must be pre-approved and arranged with the organization in
advance. If you have any materials that can be reused by this
organization, contact: Habitat for Humanity, San Bernardino
Area, 1235 Indiana Court, Suite 111, PO Box 1550, Redlands,
California 92373 or call 909-387-1176 or email habitatsb@
gmail.com. Visit their website at www.habitat4humanity.net.

Amor Ministries
A non-profit, non-denominational organization, that
organizes short-term mission trips to Mexico to build and
repair homes, churches, schools, medical clinics, and
orphanages. The organization needs large amounts of
quality, reusable dimensional lumber. Also in need of a wide
variety of building products and materials. Since Amor is
based in San Diego, they need sufficient quantity in order to
make a special trip to pick up material in the San Bernardino
County area. Contact Amor Ministries at 1664 Precision
Park San Diego, CA 92173, or call 619/662-1200. Visit their
website at www.amor.org

Waste Prevention
is more important than recycling. Why? Practices that prevent the
generation of waste, such as reusing products on-site and reducing
packaging, minimize material use and expenses. The littlest changes to
building practices can add up to significant savings for the environment
and the builder.

The Reuse Concept

Starting a
Program
Managing C&D Waste: Checklist
Conduct An Informal Waste Assessment Determine
the amounts, types, and time frame for C&D materials
generated by your project. Calculate any possible cost
savings from reducing a portion of this waste stream,
in terms of disposal cost avoidance and transportation
time.
Reduce Investigate strategies for reducing C&D waste
materials. Proper materials management practices can
result in cost savings. Assure that precise estimates are
made prior to cutting materials so that excess scrap and
end cuts can be avoided. Consider having materials
precut at lumber yards, using engineered wood products,
steel framing, or other pre-manufactured components.
Reuse Consider the potential for others to use the
materials you normally discard. Consider planning
ahead and contacting Habitat for Humanity to arrange
donation or visit SBCountyMAX www.sbcountymax.org
to list such materials. Conduct site pre-assessment to
evaluate the kinds of materials that can be salvaged for
reuse, such as cabinets, architectural woodwork, light
fixtures, and appliances.
Recycle Investigate the companies listed in this guide
or local telephone book yellow pages (under recycle)
that can recycle some of your C&D wastes from both
source-separated and mixed loads. Be sure to compare
the costs of recycling with the costs of disposal.
Educate Employees, Contractors, & Sub-Contractors
Whatever waste reduction strategies you choose,
remember that it is crucial to educate and motivate
your employees and subcontractors for maximum
participation. Emphasize that source reduction, reuse,
and recycling is everybodys business.

Are there Dollars in your Dumpster

Standards
Leadership
Hard Work
Integrity

Before and during construction, take a proactive role to


reduce disposal costs by finding dollars in your dumpster.
The County of San Bernardino has developed infrastructure
for recycling construction materials such as asphalt,
concrete, drywall, cardboard, metals, and wood.

Making Your Program Work


Recycling construction materials saves money by cutting
disposal costs. It reduces waste going to the landfill and
attracts clients who value environmental responsibility.
Other benefits include a cleaner, safer site and improved
community relations. Follow these steps to set up a successful,
cost-effective job-site recycling program.

Identify Recyclables
Asphalt

Biomass

Cardboard

Carpet & carpet pad

Concrete

E-waste

Glass

Gypsum

Inerts

Landclearing debris (vegetation)

Metals

Pallets

Plastics

Tires

Wood

Tip
Before actually collecting recyclables, call
ahead to the processor to make sure they take
the materials or any restrictions.

Starting a Program

How can you find space to separate


recyclables on space-constrained sites?

For commercial collection, determine if you will


co-mingle recyclables or source-separate them for
collection.

Start Early----Incorporate recycling early on to guarantee success.

Reusing materials on-site such as chipping landclearing


debris for mulch or erosion control, and grinding
concrete and asphalt for fill, are inexpensive recycling
options.

Choose smaller containers and more frequent collection.


There are a variety of container sizes and service options
available through recycling service providers.
Ask recycling service providers about single containers
with multiple compartments.
Rent a trailer for major recyclable material generated in
the first phase of construction. When full, haul it directly
to the recycler. Bring it back to collect the next quantity
of material generated.
Use smaller containers, on wheels if possible. That are
collected at the end of the day and dumped into a larger
container for pick up.
If self-hauling, build custom containers to fit the space
requirements using scrap or damaged plywood, concrete
forms, or barrier fencing.
Use trashcans and other small containers to collect
recyclables generated in smaller amounts.
Consider co-mingling small quantities of wood,
cardboard, and metals to make on large load of
recyclables.

Source separated or co-mingled, which is best for your


project?
Source separated recycling service involves collecting
recyclables in separate containers as they are generated. The
recycling hauler takes the materials directly to a recycler or
a transfer site.
Co-mingled recycling service allows contractors to put
select recyclables such as wood, cardboard, and metals in
one container. The recycling company takes the materials
to a sorting facility where the materials are separated for
recycling. Some services will be mixed loads that include
garbage.
PROS & CONS The recycling rate on co-mingled programs
can be significantly lower than source separated programs.
It is also challenging to quantify the amount of materials
recycled on a particular project. Co-mingled recycling is
cheaper than garbage disposal but source-separated recycling
saves more money.

Office Recycling consider setting up a paper recycling


and beverage container recycling in offices on site.

Research Recycling Options


Using a commercial hauler works well on projects where
large quantities of materials are generated, such as
demolition, multifamily, and commercial projects. Some
recyclers offer smaller drop off boxes or drop boxes with
several compartments for home construction and tenant
improvement projects.
Self-hauling is a good choice for projects where small
quantities of materials are generated, such as residential
construction and remodeling. Recyclable materials are
collected on-site in piles or temporary containers and taken
to recycling facilities in the contractors own vehicles.

Starting a Program

For Information Regarding Recycled


Content Building Products
:: :: Please Visit :: ::
www.calrecycle.ca.gov/BuyRecycled
www.calrecycle.ca.gov/greenbuilding/materials
www.epa.gov/epawaste/conserve/tools/cpg/index/htm
OR search the web using key words like recycled content
building materials

According to the 2004 Waste


Characterization Study completed by the
State of California, C&D materials account
for 22% of the waste stream.

Recycled-Content
Building Products

The following are just a few of the building products


made with recycled materials.

Recycled-content building materials are durable


and quality products, competitively priced with traditional
materials, and they help conserve natural resources. For
example blown-in cellulose insulation, made from reclaimed
newspapers has contained recycled materials for years. New
products using recycled materials, such as carpet and plastic
lumber, are being developed every day.
Buying recycled-content building materials supports efficient
use of our natural resources without compromising building
standards.

Make C&D Recycling Work For You

Building Materials
Cellulose Insulation

Ductwork

Exterior Sheathing

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Fences/Posts

Fiberboard

Floor Mats

Fiberglass Insulation

Floor Joists

Flooring

Lumber

Paint

Pilings

Roofing

Structural Steel

Underlayment

Design Build

Wallboard
Site Work

Asphalt
Building Blocks
Compost
Fill Material
Parking Stops
Recycling Containers

Base Coarse
Building Panels
Concrete
Glassphalt
Plastic lumber
Concrete Masonry Units

Post Consumer-recycled-content products


contain materials that have been used by
consumers, like a contractor, and collected for
reprocessing.
Pre-Consumer-or postindustrial recycledcontent products contain waste materials
created as byproduct of manufacturing that
are collected and reincorporated into the
manufacture product.

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Commercial & Residential


Construction
New Construction
Property Maintenance
Remodeling

CAUTION!

Be aware that some building materials


may not be reusable, as they may be
contaminated with hazardous materials
such as lead paint and will need to be
disposed of at a hazardous waste facility.
Learn more about hazardous materials
disposal (see page 7).

Starting a Program

Hazardous
Materials
C onditionally
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What is a CESQG?
Businesses that generate 27 gallons or
220 lbs. of hazardous waste, or 2.2 lbs. of
extremely hazardous waste per month are
called Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity
Generators, or CESQGs. San Bernardino
County Household Hazardous Program
provides waste management services to CESQG
businesses. The most common CESQGs in San
Bernardino County are painters, print shops,
auto shops, builders, agricultural operators
and property managers, but there
are many others. When you
call, be ready to describe the
types and amounts of waste
your business generates in a
typical month. If you generate
hazardous waste on a regular
basis, you must:
Register with San Bernardino County Fire
Department (909) 386-8401 as a hazardous
waste generator.
To obtain an EPA ID# and application form
from the State visit www.dtsc.ca.gov.

Hazardous
Waste
Disposal
for Small
Businesses
2008

Hazardous Materials

Manage hazardous waste in accordance


with all applicable local, state and federal
laws and regulations.

How Do I Get Service?


To arrange an appointment for the
CESQG Program, call 1-800-645-9228 or
909-382-5401. Be ready to
describe the type and amount
of hazardous waste your
business is ready to dispose
of, and the types and size(s) of
containers that the waste is in.

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waste
Medical
or or
biohazardous
waste
Asbestos
Asbestos
Remediation
wastes
Remediation
wastes
Bernardino
County
Department
SanSan
Bernardino
County
FireFire
Department
CESQG
Program
CESQG
Program
2824
East
W
Street
2824
East
W
Street
Bernardino,
92415-0799
SanSan
Bernardino,
CACA
92415-0799
Phone:
909-382-5401
Phone:
909-382-5401
Fax:
909-382-5413
Fax:
909-382-5413
www.sbcfire.org/hazmat/hhw.asp
www.sbcfire.org/hazmat/hhw.asp
Email:
jschwab@sbcfire.org
Email:
jschwab@sbcfire.org

Hazardous Materials

RECYCLE
RECYCLE
USED
OIL
FILTERS
USED
OIL
FILTERS

Revised
August
Revised
August
20082008

County/City
Contacts
County of San Bernardino
Department of Public Works/Solid Waste Management Division

909/386-8701
Fire Department/Hazardous Material Division

909/382-5401
Land Use Services Department/Building and Safety Division

909/387-8311

City

10

City of Adelanto

760/246-2300 x3059

Town of Apple Valley

760/240-7000 x7610

City of Barstow

760/255-5126

City of Big Bear Lake

909/866-5831

City of Chino

909/591-9820

City of Chino Hills

909/364-2700

City of Colton

909/370-5099

City of Fontana

909/350-6531

City of Grand Terrace

909/430-2226

City of Hesperia

760/947-1589

City of Highland

909/864-8732 x230

City of Loma Linda

909/799-4402

City of Montclair

909/652-9472

City of Needles

760/326-6765

City of Ontario

909/395-2600

City of Rancho Cucamonga

909/477-2740 x4060

City of Redlands

909/798-7516

City of Rialto

909/820-2622

City of San Bernardino

909/384-5535

County of San Bernardino

909/386-8701

City of Twentynine Palms

760/367-6799

City of Upland

909/931-4242

City of Victorville

760/955-5086

City of Yucaipa

909/797-2489

Town of Yucca Valley

760/369-7207

county/city contacts

Franchise
Haulers
Unincorporated County Areas Only
Burrtec Waste Industries

909/822-9739

Mt. Baldy, San Antonio Heights, Fontana

Waste Management

909/734-5630

Chino, Chino Hills

Edco

951/786-0639

Bloomington, North Rialto

Cal Disposal

909/885-1023

Muscoy

Jacks Disposal

909/884-9944

Del Rosa, Lytle Creek

Burrtec Waste Industries

909/734-5630

Loma Linda

Empire Disposal

909/884-9944

Mentone, Oak Glen, Barton Flats, Angelus Oaks, Forest Falls

CR&R

760/868-6353

Wrightwood, Phelan

Mountain Disposal

909/338-2417

Crestline, Lake Arrowhead

Big Bear Disposal

909/866-3942

Fawnskin, Big Bear Valley

Advance Disposal

760/244-9773

County Area Hesperia

Burrtec Waste Industries

760/245-8607

High Desert near Silver Lakes

Benz Sanitation

661/822-5273

Trona, Kramer Junction, Boron

AVCO

760/245-8607

Adelanto, Apple Valley, Lucerne Valley, Landers, Victorville

Burrtec Waste Industries

760/256-2730

Barstow, Lenwood, Hinkley

Burrtec Waste Industries

760/254-2033

Yermo, Newberry Springs

Burrtec Waste Industries

760/365-2015

Morongo Valley, Twentynine Palms

For incorporated area franchise haulers, please refer to page 10 and contact the local city coordinator.

franchise haulers

11

San Bernardino County

Landfill Sites

MOUNTAIN:

Big Bear Transfer Station

38550 Holcomb Valley Road


Big Bear

8AM to 4:30PM Mon-Sat

Heaps Peak Transfer Station

29898 Hwy 18 at Heaps Peak


Running Springs

8AM to 4:30PM Mon-Sat

Mid Valley Landfill

2390 North Alder Avenue


Rialto

7AM to 5PM Mon-Fri


8AM to 5PM Sat

San Timoteo Landfill

31 Refuse Road
Redlands

8AM to 5PM Mon-Sat

Apple Valley Community


Collection Center

13401 Laguna Seca Drive


Apple Valley

8AM to 4PM Tues, Thurs & Sat

Baker Community
Collection Center

72799 Sodabaker Road


Baker

8AM to 2PM Mon, Tues, Fri, Sat


Local County unincorporated residents only

Barstow Landfill

32553 Barstow Road


Barstow

8AM to 4:30PM Mon-Sat

Hesperia Community
Collection Center

5500 Hesperia Dump Road


Hesperia

8AM to 4PM Wed, Fri & Sun

Lucerne Valley Transfer


Station

27805 Squaw Bush


Lucerne Valley

8AM to 4:30PM Wed-Mon

Phelan Transfer Station

10130 Buckwheat Road


Phelan

8AM to 4:30PM Mon-Sat

Trona-Argus Transfer
Station

83000 First Street


Trona

8AM to 4:30PM Tues-Sat

Victorville Landfill

18600 Stoddard Wells Road


Victorville

8AM to 5PM Mon-Sun

Newberry Springs Transfer


Station

Poiente Road
Newberry Springs

7AM to 5PM Thurs-Sun

Landers Landfill

59200 Winters Road


Landers

8AM to 4:30PM Mon-Sat

29 Palms Transfer Station

7501 Pinto Mountain Road


29 Palms

8AM to 4:30PM Mon-Sat

Trails End Transfer Station

10780 Malibu Trail ( mi SE of


29 Palms Hwy), Morongo Valley

8AM to 4:30PM Thurs-Sun

VALLEY:

HIGH DESERT:

EAST DESERT:

12

san bernardino county Landfill sites

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13

Recycle
Today for
a Better
Tomorrow
County of San Bernardino
Department of Public Works
Solid Waste Management Division
222 W. Hospitality Lane, 2nd Floor
San Bernardino, California 92415-0017
800/722-8004 909/386-8701
Website: www.sbcounty.gov/dpw/solidwaste
E-mail: solid.wastemail@dpw.sbcounty.gov

Printed on Recylcled Paper


100% Post-Consumer Content
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Location
A1Recycling
10651EAve
Hesperia,CA
7609475522
A1Recycling
1248W9thSt
Upland,CA91786
9099821044
ALuaWoodRecycling
18938MermackAve
LakeElsinore,CA92530
9512454497
AdvanceSteelRecovery
14451WhittramAve
Fontana,CA92335
9093552372
F9093552373
www.advancesteel.com
Agriscape
37760BorelRd
Murrieta,CA92563
9516960651
AmericanMetalRecycling
11150RedwoodAve
Fontana,CA92335
9099888000
AmkoRecycling
340WValleyBlvd.
Colton,CA92324
9093702656
ApolloWoodRecovery,Inc.
14253WhittramAve
Fontana,CA92335
9093562735
F9093565345
ArtesiaSawdustProducts
13434OntarioAve
Ontario,CA91761
X
9099475983
F9099237208
www.artesiasawdust.com
Asphalt&ConcreteRecycling,Inc.
25630TrumbleRd
X
Romoland,CA92585
9097214896
Asphalt&ConcreteRecycling,Inc.
HemetLocation
X
1871WarrenRd
Hemet,CA92545
9516546869

Nocontaminatedorhazardousitems.Notanks.Freon
mustberemovedfromAC/refrigerators.Mayarrangefor
pickupofappliances.

Nocontaminatedorhazardousitems.Notanks.Freon
mustberemovedfromAC/refrigerators.Mayarrangefor
pickupofappliances.

Informationasof12/2010Calltoconfirm

Steel&nonferrousmetals

Callforadditionalcharges

Callforadditionalcharges

CoachellaValleyCompostFacility
87011LandfillRd
Indio,CA92221
P7608634364
ColtonIron&Metal
790EMSt
Colton,CA92324
P9098251662
D&DRecycling
255WBenedictRdUnitA&B
SanBernardino,CA92408
P9098893717

Informationasof12/2010Calltoconfirm

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Location
AugaMansaLandfill
588EAugaMansa
X
Rialto,CA92373
9098243867
AugustineMetals
2021WPlacentiaLn
Colton,CA92324
P9516828102
BlueDiamond
15650AirExpressway
X
Victorville,CA92394
P7602455634
BNTCarpet&Padding
2900AdamsStSteB20
Riverside,CA92504
P9513523451
BPJohnHauling
28700MathewsRd
Romoland,CA92585
P9519281094
C&BCrushing
13552CalimesBlvd
X
Yucaipa,CA92399
P9094460100
CaliforniaBiomass
20055ShayRd
Victorville,CA92394
P7602467946
F7602465947
CarpetRecyclers,The
1100EValenciaDr
Fullerton,CA92831
P5628574343

Materialsmustbeclean.Nodirt,glass,wood,trashor
otherdeleteriousmaterials

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Location
DanCoppCrushing
MainOffice:
1300NHancockSt
Anaheim,CA92807
P7147776400
800DUMPSITE(3867483)
F7147776410
www.dancoppcrushing.com
DesertRecycling
27105SierraDelSol
ThousandPalms,CA92276
P7603430095
EcologyAutoWrecking
14187SloverAve
Fontana,CA92337
P9098239913
EngelaufConstructionSpecialty,
Inc.
5610MarketSt
Riverside,CA92509
P9516841332
F9516848146
GraniteConstruction
38000MonroeSt
Indio,CA922039598
P7607757500
F7607758227
www.graniteconstruction.com
HabitatforHumanity
2121AtlantaAveSteB3
Riverside,CA92507
P9517876754x113
HabitatforHumanity
4609HoltBlvd
Montclair,CA91763
P9093990202
HiGradeMaterials
17671BearValleyRd
Hesperia,CA92345
P7602449325
InlandRegionalMRF
2059ESteelRd
Colton,CA92324
P9093703377
www.disposalservices.net
IntraviaRockandSand
SECofArrowRte&MonteVista
Upland,CA91785
P9095903488
F9095902110
www.intravia.com

Materialsmustbeclean.Nodirt,glass,wood,trashor
otherdeleteriousmaterials.OtherlocationsinChino,
Colton,Fontana,Beaumont,SunCity,Anaheim,SanJuan
Capistrano,ElSegundo,andSantaFeSprings

Materialsmustbeclean.Nodirt,glass,wood,trashor
otherdeleteriousmaterials.Additionalchargefor
concretewithrebar.

Norebar.

Materialsmustbecleanandreusable

Materialsmustbecleanandreusable

Materialsmustbeclean.Nodirt,glass,wood,trashor
otherdeleteriousmaterials

Informationasof12/2010Calltoconfirm

OtherlocationsinVictorvilleandtheLucerneValley

Informationasof12/2010Calltoconfirm

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Location
MainStreetFiber
608MainSt
Ontario,CA92570
P9099866310
MojaveEquipment
17430DSt
Victorville,CA92394 X
P7602433116
www.mojaveequipment.com
Newman&Sons,Inc.
250ESantaAnaAve
X
Bloomington,CA92316
P9098203600
OneStopLandscapeSupply
13024SanTimoteoCanyonRd
Redlands,CA92373
P9097981278
PacificCoastRecycling
8822EtiwandaAve
Etiwanda,CA91739
P9098991767
PacificCoastRecycling
15615ArrowBlvd
Fontana,CA92335
P9098233431
Padworks
1064East6thSt
SantaAna,CA92701
P7145422378
PalmSpringsRecycling
280Oasis
PalmSprings,CA92262
P7603253377
PalmSpringsRecycling
36630SunAirPlaza
CathedralCity,CA92262
P7603214087
PhiladelphiaRecyclingMine
12000PhiladelphiaSt
X
MiraLoma,CA91752
P9516858343
PremisesMetalRecycling
4791ArrowHwy
Montclair,CA91763
P9096256098
RiversideScrapMetal
29936thSt
Riverside,CA92507
P9516862129
SimsmetalAmericaFontana
15615ArrowBlvd.
Fontana,CA92335
P9098233431

Concretemustbebroken

VictorValleyRecycling
17474CatalpaSt
Hesperia,CA
P7602445437
www.victorvalleyrecycling.com
VictorvilleMRF
17000AbbeyLn
Victorville,CA92394
P7602411284
ViramontesExpress
17130HellmanAve
Corona,CA
P9095977232
VulcanMaterials
4711HuntingtonDr
Montclair,CA91719
P9096261258
www.vulcanmaterials.com
VulcanMaterialsSanBernardino
Plant
2400WHighlandAve
SanBernardino,CA92407
P9098751150
www.vulcanmaterials.com
WestValleyMRF
13373NapaSt
Fontana,CA92335
P9098995501

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Location
TamcoSteel
12459ArrowHighway
RanchoCucamonga,CA91739
P9094637931

Nononferrous(notmagnetic)materials.

GeneratorMustTransportNoChargeAsphaltMustBe
Clean*callfirstlimitedstorage*

GeneratorMustTransportNoChargeAsphaltMustBe
Clean*callfirstlimitedstorage*

Informationasof12/2010Calltoconfirm