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Illinois landfills are filling up with C&D and other wastes, and some landfills will close in the near future; therefore, it is wise to find other alternatives other than landfilling C&D debris. In addition, illegal dumping of C&D debris can result in future health risks, decreased property values, and cleanup costs. Proper management and reduction of the amount of C&D waste you generate can save money, conserve resources, and preserve the environment.

Primary State Agency: Illinois Environmental Protection Agency


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  • Construction and Demolition Debris Information presented in this publication is intended to provide a general understanding of the statutory and regulatory requirements governing construction and demolition debris. This information is not intended to replace, limit or expand upon the complete statutory and regulatory requirements found in the Illinois Environmental Protection Act and Title 35 of the Illinois Administrative Code.
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