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JLT Trucking has lead the way in Green Building Compliant Construction and Waste Services in the Mid-Atlantic region. We provide cradle to grave management of construction waste in a sustainable manor by utilizing our collection of LEED construction waste recycling facilities. Our expertise of diverting the maximum waste from the landfill and documenting these efforts for your projects Green Building Credits. JLT’s industry exclusive LEED Accredited Professional will design and oversee a program to achieve the most advantageous program for your project.
Participation with the United States Green Building Council (USGBC) further led to programs for existing buildings; maximizing landfill diversion while documenting those efforts for occupant waste, durable goods and renovation projects.
The United States Green Building Council (USGBC) and Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Accredited Professional credentials were developed to encourage green building professionals to maintain and advance their knowledge and expertise. A LEED AP represents employers, policymakers, and other stakeholders. The LEED AP is the most qualified, educated, and influential green building professional in the marketplace. JLT is unique in the Mid-Atlantic region because we are the only waste management company that employs a full-time Accredited Professional on staff. Their job is to monitor your projects and fully authenticate all reporting generated by our company.
Waste management in building and construction is an essential aspect of sustainable building. The main goal is to avoid and/or minimize the amount of materials going to landfills by diverting construction waste, demolition, and land clearing debris. We want to redirect recyclable recovered resources back to the manufacturing process and reusable materials to appropriate sites.
Having a construction waste management plan is integral to any and all building and construction plans. To be successful in this, waste management requirements and protocol should be clearly stated and defined in the beginning of the design process and be a topic of discussion throughout the construction process. You will also want to check-in with all your contractors and sub-contractors to make sure they understand these requirements.
Another important part of this plan is to track its progress. This should show how you plan to achieve your recycling rate such as: materials to be recycled or salvaged, cost estimates (i.e. disposal fees), any specific requirements, and how you communicate this with your team.