Construction & Demolition Waste Recycling & Disposal

URM offers businesses smart solutions for construction and demolition waste.

Strict regulations dictate how to dispose of construction and demolition waste.

Companies are encouraged to divert from landfill and reduce their carbon footprint.

That’s where URM thrives, as we understand the ins and outs of government and EPA requirements.

We remove your waste responsibly to protect your business.

Expect efficient service with minimal disruption to your operations.

Construction and demolition waste* may include:

  • Concrete
  • Lead paint
  • Asbestos
  • Electronic waste (computers, TVs and other electronics)
  • Bricks
  • Chemicals and corrosives
  • Grease, oil and other toxic liquids
  • Spoiled, obsolete or damaged materials
  • Asphalt
  • Synthetic mineral fibres
  • Glass, timber, metals, plastics

*Depending on location.

Call us on 131 876 for details on what we can collect.

Unsure what you need for your work site?

We’ll determine your requirements and send in skilled experts for the job.

EPA-Compliant Resource Recovery

On average, Australians produce 50 million tonnes of waste each year, which equates to over 2 tonnes of waste per person, per year.

It’s important to treat our planet with respect.

As Australia’s population grows, so does the amount of rubbish.

With more demand, house construction, demolition and renovations increase, so we are working on smart solutions for all that rubbish.

Besides diverting and reducing, we are recycling and repurposing.

We collect, sort, sterilise and recycle construction and demolition waste.

Our process follows Environment Protection Agency (EPA) best practices.

Products made from recycled material use less energy than new material, and diverting garbage from landfill minimises harmful gas emissions.

We’re conscious of reducing our carbon footprint and we want to make it easy for you to reduce yours too.

Safe Asbestos Removal

Prior to renovation or demolition, test for asbestos.

Asbestos is common in buildings built pre-1990.

Thousands of building materials contained the fibre, however we now know exposure may cause lung cancer and lung disease.

Removing it yourself can be dangerous.

If disturbed, particles can release into the air and lodge in your lungs.

Even brief exposure may be harmful to your health.

Your health and safety is a top priority for our team.

Our certified experts will use proper equipment to remove it responsibly.

Click here to learn more about our asbestos removal services.

Get in touch with us for more information about URM, our products and services.