When a residential or commercial property is scheduled for deconstruction, it’s essential that all hazardous materials are removed. Responsible deconstruction is the process of identifying, containing, and properly disposing of hazardous construction waste. By following guidelines for responsible deconstruction, you can help protect the environment, ensure that all building residents and workers are kept safe, and minimize your liability. The San Francisco deconstruction experts at Peninsula Hauling & Demo, Inc. explain responsible deconstruction in this infographic. You’ll also find information about common types of hazardous waste. Please feel free to share this information and help spread the word about responsible deconstruction. 

Responsible Deconstruction

Responsible Deconstruction

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