Conducting repair and construction work always involves a lot of waste and garbage. Conventionally, construction waste can be divided into three groups, taking into account the differences in size, weight, as well as the stages of work at which this garbage appears and accumulates. This is told within the framework of the truck dispatching training.

Major repairs usually begin with the dismantling of window frames, double-glazed windows, doors and boxes, and often even walls. The resulting waste has a significant weight, volume, and to get rid of them, you have to make a lot of effort.
The repair process itself can not be called a waste-free production, because as a result you need to remove the remains of materials, packaging and other construction dirt.
At the stage of finishing work is always accumulated remnants of adhesives, compounds, primers, paints and varnishes, as well as containers from under them. Such trash weighs little, but it interferes with the work process, and sometimes spreads an unpleasant odor and is harmful to human health.
It turns out that repairs are usually carried out in three main stages, and the mode of garbage disposal corresponds to these periods. If the amount of work is small, then the construction waste can be removed once, at the end. But it is important to keep in mind that until then, they will have to be stored somewhere.

Packaging construction waste is a prerequisite for transporting it to a landfill or collection point. It is possible to pack the waste yourself. For small remnants, special bags made of durable polyethylene fiber are usually used, and large dismantled parts will have to be placed in a truck or a container designed for this purpose.

As a rule, all this takes a lot of time and physical effort. If you are short of both, then the solution is to contact a special service, whose movers will quickly and inexpensively help you solve the problem from beginning to end.

When the construction waste is already packed and loaded on a truck, the question arises – where to take them, and do we need any permits?

So, usually construction waste is sent to the nearest landfill, but, as a rule, in cities there are points where you can hand over some types of repair waste, provided they are sorted as follows:

Broken asphalt
Broken concrete
Broken brick
Regarding documents: To export large amounts of construction waste will have to issue a permit, pre-collect a list of papers. For a list you need to contact the regional Department of Construction.

If you try to circumvent the law, the penalties will not keep you waiting, and their size will be unpleasant. It is better to seek help from companies that have the necessary transport, movers and packing materials. In addition, the employees of the organization will also help with the registration of the necessary documents.

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