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Interior / Exterior Demolition

Arwood Waste Demolition Inc. offers you the following services:



• Interior / exterior demolition
• Structural demolition
• Concrete cutting
• Core drilling
• Flooring removal etc.

We have worked in the residential, commercial and industrial fields and have lots of experience in handling sensitive sites such as Hospitals, Airports, Schools & Banks etc. We have the inventory and manpower needed to get the job done in accordance with your construction schedule. We have never been removed from a project for non performance.

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Arwood Waste. is a family owned and operated company inDuval,  DeLand Florida, that has been in business for over 20 years. Our management staff has over 65 years of combined experience in the demolition & construction field.

We handle most facets of the demolition industry which include: Interior / exterior demolition, structural demolition, concrete cutting, core drilling, flooring removal etc. We have worked in the residential, commercial and industrial fields and have lots of experience in handling sensitive sites such as Hospitals, Airports, Schools & Banks etc. We have the inventory and manpower needed to get the job done in accordance with your construction schedule. We have never been removed from a project for non performance.

We place safety high on our list and take pride in the fact we have never been fined by OSHA in all the years we have been in business. We have our own in house safety program which includes a certified OSHA outreach trainer, and all of our supervisors have the 10 hour OSHA course at minimum with some also having the 30 hour course if required for a specific job. We spend a great deal of time training our own people to become successful and experienced demolition workers. We do NOT use day labor staffing as we feel that we can put forth a better product by training and managing our own staff in house.

Communication is also a key part of our company’s success. All of our staff at every level, speak English and do their paperwork on a daily basis. We are reachable by phone, fax or email and there is always someone that can be contacted at all hours when it comes to managing our work.

We have certified on staff  instructors and we are capable of pulling permits if required. We are MWBE / DBE and an emergency res-ponder for Duval, Volusia & Flagler counties. We have several 40 hours Asbestos Supervisors on staff in order to handle some of the limited Asbestos abatement (wet demo) that we perform in house.

We recycle materials at every opportunity in order to make the world a greener place and to keep job costs down. We pride ourselves in being a team player and work hand in hand with other subs on the job to keep it a safe and productive site.

We service Duval, Volusia, Flagler, Seminole, Orange, Osceola, Brevard, Lake, Clay, St. John’s & Putnam counties but will take on jobs further out from our base area if they are big enough to consider and if we feel that we can be competitive for that bid. All of our estimates are free of charge..

Demolition is the tearing-down of Buildings and other Structures.

Demolition is the tearing-down of buildings and other structures. Demolition contrasts with deconstruction, which involves taking a building apart while carefully preserving valuable elements for re-use.

For small buildings, such as houses, that are only two or three stories high, demolition is a rather simple process. The building is pulled down either manually or mechanically using large hydraulic equipment: elevated work platforms, cranes, excavators or bulldozers. Larger buildings may require the use of a wrecking ball, a heavy weight on a cable that is swung by a crane into the side of the buildings. Wrecking balls are especially effective against masonry, but are less easily controlled and often less efficient than other methods. Newer methods may use rotational hydraulic shears and silenced rock-breakers attached to excavators to cut or break through wood, steel, and concrete. The use of shears is especially common when flame cutting would be dangerous.

The tallest building demolished by nonterrorist methods was the 47-story Singer Building in New York City, which was built in 1908 and torn down in 1967-1968 to be replaced by One Liberty Plaza.



A wrecking ball in action at the demolition of the Rockwell Gardens.

high-reach excavator is used to demolish this tower block.

Before any demolition activities, there are many steps that need to take place — including but not limited to performing asbestos abatement, removing hazardous or regulated materials, obtaining necessary permits, submitting necessary notifications, disconnecting utilities, rodent baiting, and development of site-specific safety and work plans.

The typical razing of a building is accomplished as follows:

Hydraulic excavators may be used to topple one- or two-story buildings by an undermining process. The strategy is to undermine the building while controlling the manner and direction in which it falls. The demolition project manager/supervisor will determine where undermining is necessary so that a building is pulled in the desired manner and direction. The walls are typically undermined at a building’s base, but this is not always the case if the building design dictates otherwise. Safety and cleanup considerations are also taken into account in determining how the building is undermined and ultimately demolished. Hoe rams are typically used for removing the concrete road deck and piers during bridge demolition, while hydraulic shears are used to remove the bridge’s structural steel.

In some cases a crane with a wrecking ball is used to demolish the structure down to a certain manageable height. At that point undermining takes place as described above. However crane mounted demolition balls are rarely used within demolition due to the uncontrollable nature of the swinging ball and the safety implications associated.

High reach demolition excavators are more often used for tall buildings where explosive demolition is not appropriate or possible. Excavators with shear attachments are typically used to dismantle steel structural elements. Hydraulic hammers are often used for concrete structures and concrete processing attachments are used to crush concrete to a manageable size, and to remove reinforcing steel.

To control dust, fire hoses are used to maintain a wet demolition. Hoses may be held by workers, secured in fixed location, or attached to lifts to gain elevation.

Loaders or bulldozers may also be used to demolish a building. They are typically equipped with “rakes” (thick pieces of steel that could be an I-beam or tube) that are used to ram building walls. Skid loaders and loaders will also be used to take materials out and sort steel.

The technique of Vérinage is used in France to weaken and buckle the supports of central floors promoting the collapse of the top part of a building onto the bottom resulting in a rapid, symmetrical, collapse.[1]

The Japanese company Kajima Construction has developed a new method of demolishing buildings which involves using computer-controlled hydraulic jacks to support the bottom floor as the supporting columns are removed. The floor is lowered and this process is repeated for each floor. This technique is safer and more environmentally friendly, and is useful in areas of high population density.[2]

Building implosion[edit]

Main article: Building implosion

Demolition of a chimney at the former brewery “Henninger” in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, on 2 December 2006

The demolition of the New Haven Coliseum in New Haven, Connecticut

Large buildings, tall chimneyssmokestacks, and increasingly some smaller structures may be destroyed by building implosion using explosives. Imploding a building is very fast — the collapse itself only takes seconds — and an expert can ensure that the building falls into its own footprint, so as not to damage neighboring structures. This is essential for tall structures in dense urban areas.

Any error can be disastrous, however, and some demolitions have failed, severely damaging neighboring structures. One significant danger is from flying debris which, when improperly prepared for, can kill onlookers.

Another dangerous scenario is the partial failure of an attempted implosion. When a building fails to collapse completely the structure may be unstable, tilting at a dangerous angle, and filled with un-detonated but still primed explosives, making it difficult for workers to approach safely.

A third danger comes from air overpressure that occurs during the implosion. If the sky is clear, the shock wave, a wave of energy and sound, travels upwards and disperses, but if cloud coverage is low, the shock wave can travel outwards, breaking windows or causing other damage to surrounding buildings.[3]

Stephanie Kegley of CST Environmental described shock waves by saying, “The shock wave is like a water hose. If you put your hand in front of the water as it comes out, it fans to all sides. When cloud coverage is below 1,200 feet, it reacts like the hand in front of the hose. The wave from the shock fans out instead of up toward the sky.”[4]

While a controlled implosion is the method that the general public often thinks of when discussing demolition due to its spectacularity, it can be dangerous and is only used as a last resort when other methods are impractical or too costly. The destruction of large buildings has become increasingly common as the massive housing projects of the 1960s and 1970s are being leveled around the world. At 439 feet (134 m) and 2,200,000 square feet (200,000 m2), the J. L. Hudson Department Store and Addition is the tallest steel framed building and largest single structure ever imploded.[5]


It takes several weeks or months to prepare a building for implosion. All items of value, such as copper wiring, are stripped from a building. Some materials must be removed, such as glass that can form deadly projectiles, and insulation that can scatter over a wide area. Non-load bearing partitions and drywall are removed.[6] Selected columns on floors where explosives will be set are drilled and high explosives such as nitroglycerinTNT or C4 are placed in the holes. Smaller columns and walls are wrapped in detonating cord. The goal is to use as little explosive as possible; only a few floors are rigged with explosives, so that it is safer (fewer explosives) and less costly. The areas with explosives are covered in thick geotextile fabric and fencing to absorb flying debris.[6] Far more time-consuming than the demolition itself is the clean-up of the site, as the debris is loaded into trucks and hauled away.


A new approach to demolition is the deconstruction of a building with the goal of minimizing the amount of materials going to landfills. This “green” approach is applied by removing the materials by type material and segregating them for reuse or recycling. With proper planning this approach has resulted in landfill diversion rates that exceed 90% of an entire building and its contents in some cases. In addition, it also vastly reduces the CO2 emissions of the removing of a building in comparison to demolition.[7]

The development of plant and equipment has allowed for the easier segregation of waste types on site and the reuse within the construction of the replacement building. On site crushers allow the demolished concrete to be reused as type 1 crushed aggregate either as a piling mat for ground stabilization or as aggregate in the mixing of concrete.

Timber waste can be shredded using specialist timber shredders and composted, or used to form manufactured timber boards, such as MDF or Chipboard.

Safety is paramount, a site safety officer is usually assigned to each project to enforce all safety rules and regulations.

Sequence of images depicting demolition of the last grain elevator in Mendham, Saskatchewan, June 2009

Demolition of the last grain elevator in Mendham, Saskatchewan, June 2009

See also


  • Momber, A.W.: Hydrodemolition of Concrete Substrates and Reinforced Concrete Structures. Elsevier Applied Science, London, 2005
  1. Jump up^ “HD_20h_20070822_chunk_2 – Vidéo Dailymotion”. 23 August 2007. Retrieved 2012-05-06.
  2. Jump up^ “Kajima Demolition Tech”. Popular Science. December 2008. Retrieved 2008-11-18.
  3. Jump up^ Cultice, Curtice (1997). “Blasting a path to world markets”. BNET Business Network. Retrieved 2008-05-19.
  4. Jump up^ Bohart, Maura (26 September 2007). “Demolition Eliminates Final Remnant of Charlotte Hornets”. Construction Equipment Guide. Retrieved 2008-05-19.
  5. Jump up^ “J.L. Hudson Department Store”. Controlled Demolition, Inc.
  6. Jump up to:a b WGBH Boston (December 1996). “Interview with Stacey Loizeaux”NOVA OnlinePublic Broadcasting Service. Retrieved 2009-04-29. “She learned the fine art of demolition from her father, Mark Loizeaux, and her uncle, Doug Loizeaux—president and vice-president of the company. NOVA spoke with Ms. Loizeaux a few days before Christmas, 1996.”
  7. Jump up^ Taisei Corporation’s Tecorep reducing CO2 emissions by 85%

Don’t demolish that old house; Hire Arwood Waste to recycle it!

Don’t demolish that old house; Hire Arwood Waste to recycle it!

From Florida to Washington state, more people are choosing to “deconstruct” their homes and other buildings.

Recycle your old house (©; Ingram Publishing, Sean Justice/Corbis)

Deconstruction is the practice of carefully disassembling a building so that its materials — everything from siding to floor joists — can be reused in a new building, while everything else that can be recycled is recycled.

Today, “easily 75% to 90% of a house” can be reused or recycled, says Bob Falk, a research scientist at the Forest Service’s USDA Forest Products Laboratory in Madison, Wis., and co-author of “Unbuilding: Salvaging the Architectural Treasures of Unwanted Houses.”

A vast problem — and a growing solution
Around 270,000 homes are torn down annually in the U.S., and most of the debris goes to dumps or landfills, Falk says, citing statistics from the Environmental Protection Agency. That’s a staggering 1 billion board-feet of timber alone going to the dump — enough to make tens of thousands of homes, he says.

Here’s another way to look at it: Just one year’s demolition debris is enough to build a wall 30 feet high and 30 feet wide around the entire border of the continental United States, according to theDeconstruction Institute.

Salvaging from old structures to build new ones is hardly new; stone from Rome’s Colosseum was plundered to help build St. Peter’s Basilica, and salvage stores have been around for decades. But the idea has gotten new wind under its wings in the past several years, as more people care about doing right by the environment — and more governments are watching their landfills fill up. Homeowners are finding that it often pencils out, too.

Hard statistics are elusive, but those in the industry estimate that today only a few thousand buildings are deconstructed annually in the U.S. “We have only scratched the surface on the opportunities to do this,” says Falk, who is also president of the board of directors of the Building Materials Reuse Association. “But there are more and more and more people that are doing it every year.”

Today, Falk estimates that nationwide there are 1,500 deconstruction contractors and “reuse” stores like those run by Habitat for Humanity, which sell the recycled doors, windows and fixtures.

How to unbuild a house
When a home is demolished, all it takes is two people and perhaps a day or two: One person operates a track hoe while the other drives the debris away in a dump truck.

When a home is deconstructed, on the other hand, a crew of perhaps six workers descends on the house for a week or more. They carefully peel the house apart. What’s saved? “Just about everything except the drywall and plaster,” says Paul Hughes, founder and president ofDeConstruction Services in Fairfax, Va.

Items such as appliances, cabinetry and wood flooring can be reused, Hughes says.

People might be surprised by what’s recycled: Asphalt roof shingles can be “crumbed” and mixed with other materials to make road patches. Broken lumber pieces can be ground up and used as wood chips for trails or for mulch. Cinder blocks can be pulverized and used as the base for roads or driveways, or as backfill for other structures, Hughes says.

People also might be surprised at the time it takes. “The first home I took down took 3½ weeks. Now I could easily take that same building down in 3½ days. We’ve gotten way better,” says Dave Bennink, the owner of Bellingham, Wash.-based Re-Use Consulting, which has deconstructed about 550 buildings.

Worried about the environment and about their landfills filling up, cities have encouraged the trend. In Seattle, where a demolition permit is mandatory before razing a house — and where that permit can take weeks to acquire — the city gives an incentive to deconstructors by putting their applications on “the top of the pile” and reducing their wait time, Bennink says.

In San Jose, Calif., the city collects a deposit to ensure that demolition debris stays out of the landfill; a homeowner must prove he has diverted the waste in order to get his money back.

Bennink, who consults around the nation, says he is seeing more interest in deconstruction in Rust Belt cities in the Midwest and Northeast — cities such as Detroit, Buffalo, N.Y., and Youngstown, Ohio — that have both a stock of older, often vacant houses and a crop of unemployed people who need retraining. The deconstruction trade has gotten a big boost from federal stimulus spending, he says, in the form of programs to teach people how to take apart homes.

“There are as many social benefits to doing this as environmental benefits,” Bennink says. Remember that home demolition that required only two people? With deconstruction, he says, “We’re creating 25 times more jobs than demolition” — a figure Bennink says is based on an analysis he has done. It’s not just guys swinging hammers at the job site, but “green-collar jobs” in the reuse stores, in wood shops reconditioning the salvaged wood — even in shops creating furniture from the salvaged material, he says.

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Yes Construction Materials can be placed in the Dumpster for Recycling when you use Arwood Waste Dumpster Service!

Let us recycle your concrete, asphalt, glass, asphalt shingles, rock, tile, or masonry into high quality construction materials. Whether the amount is small or large we want to hear from you. We accept many materials at our locations at no cost to you if you bring it to us already separated and clean. Save even more by back hauling our recycled material for your use in your project. Simply call 1-888-413-5105.

Keeping your construction site clean through out America and free of debris is good for safety, appearances and helps keep up worker morale. Plus, a trashy work site can make it hard to keep your project organized and on-track. Our Roll-Off dumpsters are great for construction and demolition sites as well as smaller projects like residential remodeling.

Here are some of the ways you can use our Roll-Off dumpster services: yard waste, construction tear outs and remodeling, bathroom renovation, roofing debris, kitchen renovation, disaster recovery and cleanup, cardboard recycling, metal recycling, driveway removal, demolition projects, and so much more!

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Roll-Off Dumpsters for Recycling anywhere in America

Arwood Waste offers a full-range of recycling options for our Roll-Off construction dumpster services. Materials like cardboard, steel, concrete, waste water and yard rubbish can be conveniently collected and affordably recycled with our construction dumpster service. Recycling materials through Arwood Waste’s commercial dumpster service can help improve your business image while also improving our community by helping provide a cleaner environment.


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Arwood Waste of Worcester 333 Southwest Cutoff, Worcester, MA 01604
508-570-2355 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Baltimore 5220 York Road, Baltimore, MD 21212
443-988-0118 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of South Portland 1 Runway Road, South Portland, ME 04106
207-228-0791 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Ann Arbor 4120 Platt Rd, Ann Arbor, MI 48108
734-274-4124 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Detroit 2660 East Grand Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48211
248-237-4844 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Flint 220 South Averill Avenue, Flint, MI 48506
810-515-7346 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Grand Rapids 675 Richmond Street Northwest, Grand Rapids, MI 49504
616-328-6339 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Kalamazoo 8580 West Kl Avenue, Kalamazoo, MI 49009
269-742-4699 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Lansing 5507 S. Cedar St., Lansing, MI 48911
517-325-9011 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Livonia 13520 Merriman Road, Livonia, MI 48150
248-236-5290 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Saginaw 1311 North Niagara Street, Saginaw, MI 48620
989-607-4560 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Minneapolis 2850 20th Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55407
763-219-1452 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Saint Paul 607 Barge Channel Road, Saint Paul, MN 55107
763-219-1276 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Kansas City 8301 Indiana Avenue, Kansas City, MO 64132
816-527-8485 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of St. Louis 601 East Madison Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63122
314-480-6796 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Willard, 3545 W Farm Road 34, Willard,, MO 65781
417-429-2282 Willard,

Arwood Waste of Byram 6810 Interstate 55, Byram, MS 39212
601-509-4134 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Billings 5240 Jellison Road, Billings, MT 59101
406-948-4138 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Charlotte 3015 Kelly Road, Charlotte, NC 28216
704-817-2238 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Durham 2115 East Club Boulevard, Durham, NC 27704
919-794-8915 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Raleigh 9004 Deponie Drive, Raleigh, NC 27614
919-924-0317 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Lincoln 1225 F Street, Lincoln, NE 68508
402-261-2861 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Omaha 6030 South 60th Street, Omaha, NE 68117
402-216-0323 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Jersey City 507 State Rt 440, Jersey City, NJ 07305
973-440-2575 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Newark 451 Frelinghuysen Ave, Newark, NJ 07114
973-552-4956 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Paterson 278 West Railway Avenue, Paterson, NJ 07506
973-928-7062 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Albuquerque 18000 Cerro Colorado SW, Albuquerque, NM 87119
505-750-9565 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Henderson 560 Cape Horn Drive, Henderson, NV 89011
702-420-7714 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Las Vegas 13550 N Highway 93, Las Vegas, NV 89124
702-425-5045 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Reno 100 Vassar Street, Reno, NV 89502
775-636-7651 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Albney 525 Rapp Road North, Albney, NY 12205
518-312-4973 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Bronx 408 Coster St, Bronx, NY 10474
646-719-0751 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Brooklyn 23 Varick Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11237
646-402-6105 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Buffalo 317 Vulcan Street, Buffalo, NY 14207
716-462-5042 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Kings Park 499 Lawrence Road, Kings Park, NY 11754
516-368-0294 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of New York 345 W. 86th Street #302, New York, NY 10024
646-961-4342 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Rochester 1845 Emerson Street, Rochester, NY 14606
585-286-3654 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Syracuse 6055 Belle Isle Road, Syracuse, NY 13209
315-849-4563 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Yonkers 325 Yonkers Ave # B, Yonkers, NY 10701
914-840-2557 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Akron 964 Hazel Street, Akron, OH 44305
234-542-3564 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Cincinnati 7945 Batavia Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45244
513-898-1912 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Cleveland 7720 Harvard Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44105
216-586-5902 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Columbus 1377 Harmon Avenue, Columbus, OH 43223
614-602-6111 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Dayton 12915 Stony Hollow Road, Dayton, OH 45417
937-964-7425 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Toledo 225 Oakdale Avenue, Toledo, OH 43605
419-464-9696 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Oklahoma City 1001 South Rockwell Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK 73128
405-308-4731 Oklahoma [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Portland 6161 NW 61st Ave, Portland, OR 97210
971-285-3902 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Philadelphia 3600 South 26th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19145
267-519-1870 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Pittsburgh 408 Hoffman Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15212
602-714-2348 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Providence 32 Thurbers Avenue, Providence, RI 02905
508-570-2381 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Columbia Highway 215, Columbia, SC 29201
803-403-8416 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Memphis 5494 Malone Road, Memphis, TN 38118
901-457-4537 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Nashville 4651 Amy Lynn Drive, Nashville, TN 37218
615-656-5707 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Austin 9600 Fm-812 , Austin, TX 78719
512-351-4712 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Corpus Christi 1375 CR 26A, Corpus Christi, TX 78418
361-232-4249 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Dallas 9500 Harry Hines Boulevard, Dallas, TX 75220
972-755-1976 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of El Paso 2300 Darrington Road, El Paso, TX 79928
800-477-0854 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Fort Worth 4144 Dick Price Road, Fort Worth, TX 76140
817-717-3454 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Houston 8101 Little York Road, Houston, TX 77016
713-469-3299 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of San Antonio 7000 Interstate 10 E, San Antonio, TX 78219
210-782-9721 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Salt Lake City 6030 West California Avenue, Salt Lake City, UT 84104
801-833-0584 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Newport News 5602 Chestnut Avenue, Newport News, VA 23605
757-325-9513 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Norfolk 3136 Woodland Avenue, Norfolk, VA 23504
757-216-1158 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Virginia Beach 1825 Concert Drive, Virginia Beach, VA 23453
757-276-5050 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Seattle 2733 3rd Avenue South, Seattle, WA 98134
206-388-2155 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Madison 1919 Alliant Energy Center Way, Madison, WI 53713
608-498-4251 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Milwaukee 5611 West Hemlock Street, Milwaukee, WI 53223
414-501-4595 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Jacksonville 1 W Adams Street #200, Jacksonville, FL 32206
904-751-2177 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Greenwich 45 main st, Greenwich, OH 44837
419-464-9696 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Valdosta 5183 inner perimeter rd, Valdosta, GA 31601
229-375-5380 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of St Marys 418 osborne st, St Marys, GA 31558
912-882-1098 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Elkton 3705 deerpark blvd, Elkton, FL 32033
904-751-2177 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Palm Coast 160 cypress point pkwy #b106, Palm Coast, FL 32164
904-751-2177 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Green Cove Springs 1289 harbor rd, Green Cove Springs, FL 32043
904-751-2177 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Jacksonville 116 e 1st st, Jacksonville, FL 32206
904-751-2177 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Callahan 46026 landfill rd, Callahan, FL 32011
904-751-2177 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Valdosta 7976 webb rd n, Valdosta, GA 31652
229-375-5380 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Kingsland 107 S lee st, Kingsland, GA 31548
912-882-1098 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Jacksonville Beach 11 3rd st n, Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250
904-751-2177 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Raiford 12988 ne state 121, Raiford, FL 32083
904-751-2177 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Brunswick 601 gloucester st, Brunswick, GA 31520
912-882-1098 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Fernandina Beach 1200 franklin st, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034
904-751-2177 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Jacksonville 21 W Church Street, Jacksonville, FL 32202
904-751-2177 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Lake City 205 n marion ave, Lake City, FL 32055
386-237-6944 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Orange Park 112 industrial loop n, Orange Park, FL 32073
904-751-2177 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Woodbine 5395 GA Highway 110, Woodbine, GA 31537
912-882-1098 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Callahan 1960 kings rd, Callahan, FL 32011
904-751-2177 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Boston 1 city hall rd., Boston, MA 2201
508-570-2381 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Macclenny 118 macClenny ave, Macclenny, FL 32063
904-751-2177 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Atlantic Beach 800 seminole rd, Atlantic Beach, FL 32233
904-751-2177 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Fernandina Beach 4750 amelia island pkwy, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034
904-751-2177 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Albany 900 gaissert rd, Albany, GA 31405
678-369-6101 [email protected]

Arwood Waste of Jacksonville 1031 superior st, Jacksonville, FL 32254
904-751-2177 [email protected]

888-413-5105 - Construction Materials can be placed in the Dumpster for Recycling when you use Arwood Waste Dumpster Service. Serving residential and commercial customers.

Roll-Off Dumpsters for Recycling through out America

Arwood Waste offers a full-range of recycling options for our Roll-Off construction dumpster services. Materials like cardboard, steel, concrete, waste water and yard rubbish can be conveniently collected and affordably recycled with our construction dumpster service. Recycling materials through Arwood Waste’s commercial dumpster service can help improve your business image while also improving our community by helping provide a cleaner environment.