The City of Dana Point is very serious about recycling construction and demolition waste. The City’s Construction and Demolition Waste Ordinance (No.03-17) requires contractors and other construction related persons to obtain a permit and haul at least 75% of their construction waste to a recycling facility certified by the City. The City of Dana Point requires a construction and demolition deposit in the amount of $1.00 per sq. foot/per floor of the work area of the project in order to encourage compliance with the ordinance.
Please note that universal waste (such as batteries, e-waste, lamps, cathode ray tubes/glass and aerosol cans) from non-residential additions of 1,000ft2 or greater and/or building alterations with a permit valuation of $200,000 or above require verification that materials are disposed of properly and diverted from landfills (CALGreen Section 301.3). In order to comply with this requirement, a listing of universal waste materials that will be diverted from the landfill from applicable projects should be identified, and disposal location identified, within the C&D Waste Plan.
CR&R hauls 100% of all construction waste to a Materials Recycling Facility where the recyclable items are removed for processing. Please call CR&R at (877) 728-0446 to order a construction and demolition waste bin for your construction project. For more information about the Construction and Demolition Ordinance and how to comply please see below.