Shingle & Drywall Recycling
Asphalt shingles are a common tar-based roofing material. If removing asphalt shingles from your home or business, drop them off at the Waste Management Facility for recycling. Instead of taking up landfill space, they are recycled into pavement for parking lots and roads.
- Clean asphalt shingles
- Felt attached to shingles
- Shingles attached to wood
- Shingles attached to metal flashing/gutters
- Shingles attached to plastic wrap
- Cedar shingles
Drywall (also known as gypsum, plasterboard, sheetrock, gyproc and wallboard) is used in wall and ceiling construction. If you are renovating your home or business, bring your unpainted cut ends from drywall projects to the Waste Management Facility for recycling. Unpainted drywall is recycled into a soil amendment for the agriculture industry.
- Unpainted drywall
- Drywall attached to wood
- Drywall attached to metal
- Painted drywall
For more information, call the Blue Line at 403-340-BLUE (2583).