Construction & Demolition

Helping You Achieve Your LEED® Objectives

Our Services

Athens Services provides Construction and Demolition (C&D) recovery programs to assist in meeting your recycling diversion requirements. The materials are sorted and characterized to evaluate your project's diversion rate and guide you towards achieving your LEED® objectives. We offer C&D services to municipalities, businesses and homeowners. Contact us today to learn how we can help you achieve your goals!


Services Offered

  • Full service recycling and reporting
  • Same day service available
  • No project too large or small
  • Fully insured and committed to safety
  • Assist in developing project's waste plan
  • Certificate of Diversion (upon request)
  • Experience with LEED project from Bronze to Platinum
  • Scrap metal recycling
  • High diversion rates
  • Construction roll-off boxes and temporary bin rental service
  • Service both businesses and homeowners



Athens Services has extensive experience providing C&D services for LEED® projects ranging from Bronze to Platinum status. From beginning to end of construction, our sales consultants work directly with you to understand your project and assist in meeting diversion goals. From comingling of materials to source separation on-site, Athens Services provides the best choice to meet your specific needs. For more information on LEED® certification please click here.

Visit our Recycling pages for additional recycling services.

Materials Accepted

Athens Services offers disposal services for the following C&D material:


  • Asphalt
  • Brick
  • Cardboard & Paper
  • Carpet & Padding
  • Concrete
  • Drywall
  • Metals
  • Rocks and Stones
  • Tiles (asbestos free)
  • Wood (untreated)

Please contact us if you have any questions regarding acceptable materials.

NOTE: We do not collect Hazardous Waste. State and Federal laws require special handling for hazardous waste to arrange a pickup please contact one of our reps for further information. To avoid an interruption of your service, please do not place hazardous materials into your trash. Most paints, pesticides, and petroleum derivatives such as motor oil and solvents are considered hazardous waste. Additionally, electronic waste such as fluorescent tubes, all batteries, televisions, computer monitors, and other items containing mercury are no longer allowed in your trash. Tires are also not allowed in the trash. If hazardous waste is identified, it will be tagged and not collected. For information on Hazardous Waste round-ups, disposal centers and more please visit our Hazardous Waste page.

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