Pleasant Hill Bayshore Disposal PHBD is the franchised hauler for the City of Antioch. PHBD has C&D material recycling services available. To set up service or for more information call Customer Service at 925-685-4711.
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Are you reusing material at a site that doesn’t have weight tags? Download a copy of Recycling Receipt For Material(s) Received
Early planning now will save you time and money and prevent permitting delays later. The following are questions to consider:
What type of C&D debris will be generated on-site (wood, metal, cardboard, concrete, etc)?
Identifying C&D debris by material type will help you stage the materials at the job-site and allow you to choose appropriate recycling facilities or service level needed
How much C&D debris will be generated?
Estimating the quantity of C&D debris that will be generated will help you determine space requirements on the job-site and plan how frequently C&D debris will need to be removed.
Will you be hauling the C&D debris yourself or contracting with Pleasant Hill Bayshore Disposal?
If you will be hauling your C&D debris to a salvage or recycling facility, call ahead to check hours of operation, disposal fees and confirm that the facility can receive and recycle your materials. Pleasant Hill Bayshore Disposal is the only authorized hauler for the City of Antioch. If you are planning to hire someone to haul your recyclables or garbage, you must use them. Please call to set up recycling and garbage collection service at 925-685-4711.
Will you be using sub-contractors?
Inform your sub-contractors about your recycling requirements. You are responsible for any materials they take away from the job-site. They must take materials to a recognized recycling facility and provide you with recycling receipts. That’s your recycling credit driving away in their truck!
Will the C&D debris coming from the job be separated by material type or mixed together?
The manner in which you collect and sort the C&D debris will determine what facility you can use for recycling. Separated loads of clean materials can be taken to one of the many area facilities listed in your Builder’s Guide (attached). Mixed loads can be taken to facilities listed in the Builder’s Guide that state they can receive mixed materials for recycling. You must insist that the facility provide you with a recycling receipt and you should call ahead to confirm this. A weight tag that simply says “C&D debris” is not adequate.
What do I need to do to demonstrate compliance with city recycling requirements?
You will need to submit all recycling and disposal receipts to the building department before receiving your final permits. The recycling receipts should clearly state the city building permit number or job-site address, the date, the weight or volume, material type and confirmation that the materials were actually recycled.