Construction Debris & Yard Waste
Construction Waste Removal
Home renovations, commercial remodelling, new home builds, and landscaping tend to create a lot of waste, but here at The Junk Movement, we’re equipped to take care of all construction waste removal. We accept concrete, asphalt, scrap wood, scrap metals, and yard waste, most of which we are able to recycle. Not all of your construction debris needs to end up in the landfill, unwanted scraps and materials can be repurposed, effectively reducing the number of new materials used in other projects. We extend our construction waste removal services to homeowners, renovation companies, roofers, landscaping companies, and more!
What We Take
No Hassle. No Overcharging. No Limits
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Professional Concrete Removal
Whether you’re pouring a new foundation or adding to your landscaping, the chances are, you’ll need concrete removal. We handle all construction debris removal safely and professionally, utilizing the proper equipment to get the job done. We also follow our same commitment to community-focussed junk removal in Calgary. Because we believe in giving back to communities, we pledge to donate $1000 to neighbourhoods after every 250 loads in that area, including residential and commercial jobs. Join The Junk Movement in creating better communities today!
The City of Calgary does accept small amounts of concrete waste to be placed in the city-issued black bins. However, disposing of concrete in this way is harmful to the environment. We pay our recycling partners to have concrete recycled for future use.
Sustainable Concrete Removal &
Construction Waste Recycling
For several renovators and landscaping companies, transporting waste to landfills and dump areas is an easy solution. However, the environmental effects can be devastating, especially considering the majority of construction waste is recyclable. Lumber can be re-milled or ground down into wood chips, most scrap metals are recyclable, and gypsum and drywall are often reusable. Asphalt is also 100% recyclable using equipment that crushes, tumbles, and heats the leftover pavement, converting it into a usable product. Sustainable concrete removal and waste removal in Calgary begins with The Junk Movement.