Related Websites & Links
The Certification of Recycling Rates (CORR) program was established to provide credible, ISO-level third-party certification of C&D facilities’ true recycling rates. CORR is administered by the Recycling Certification Institute. For more information, including scheduling a recycling rate certification or to register your facility with the Institute, go to www.recyclingcertification.org.
CDRA continues to focus on maintaining a vision for the future for C&D debris recycling over disposal. The Association has worked in coordination with the recycle industry and others to develop websites specific to asphalt shingle, concrete and gypsum drywall recycling.
By weight, concrete is the most recycled material in the United States. Go to ConcreteRecycling.org to learn more about this versatile recycled product.
DrywallRecycling.orgOne of the more difficult to recycle materials in the U.S. is gypsum wallboard. For more information about this common building material,go to DrywallRecycling.org.
Asphalt shingles have several excellent engineering characteristics that allow them to be used in several different applications. For more information, see our website at ShingleRecycling.org.
The National Cooperative Highway Research Program has published a document titled, "Recycled Materials and Byproducts in Highway Applications—Volume 6: Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement, Recycled Concrete Aggregate, and Construction Demolition Waste." The document is linked here.