Construction & Demolition Recycling Magazine’s Increasing Diversion Webinar Series Announced

6 Sep 2016

Construction & Demolition Recycling magazine’s Increasing Diversion webinar series is a cost-effective educational alternative that provides insights into the processes that can maximize profitability of C&D debris recycling through various methods to produce high-quality and marketable end products.

The first of three webinars as part of Construction & Demolition Recycling's Increasing Diversion webinar series is taking place Oct. 5 from 1-2 p.m. ET.


October 5, 2016
Going the Extra Mile - Recycling Additional Material Types
will share how recycling more difficult materials from carpet to ceiling tiles and drywall is possible. These additional materials can help facilities and projects increase diversion and earn further points toward LEED certification.

Hear from the following speakers, Oct. 5from 1-2 p.m. ET.:

  • Andrew Cline, Operations Director, Carpet America Recovery Effort
  • Allen Jackson, Recycling Coordinator, Armstrong World Industries
  • Jason Salisbury, President, Landfill Reduction and Recycling

$99 for one session
$75 for each additional session

Call: 800.456.0707



Mark Your Calendar and Watch for Speaker Updates for these Upcoming Webinars!

November 3, 2016 1-2 p.m. ET:
Maximum Impact—Maximizing Separation Capabilities –
Having the right equipment to achieve maximum separation is important to maximizing the recovery rate of mixed C&D. This webinar examines some of the processing equipment trends and variations to help operators and managers get the desired results from their processing lines. Register for this webinar only.

December 1, 2016 1-2 p.m. ET:
Better Grades—Producing High-Value Commodities from Mixed C&D 
High-grade wood, aggregates and metals can be recovered at a mixed C&D plant, which fetch a premium price over lower grades. Speakers share how they’ve been able to produce high-value end products from the materials they process. Register for this webinar. Register for this webinar only.

Register for all three webinars.