Our Aggregate Recyling Program in Illinois

CCDD, or Clean Construction or Demolition Debris, is uncontaminated broken concrete, bricks, rock, stone, or reclaimed asphalt pavement produced from construction or demolition activities. Note that when uncontaminated soil is combined with any of these materials, the uncontaminated soil is also considered CCDD.

Our Central Illinois Aggregate Recycling Program Cut Costs and Helps the Environment 

Our Illinois-based Clean Construction Demolition Debris disposal program manages costs by ensuring that “clean” materials are not sent to municipal or hazardous waste landfills that are designed to accept contaminated wastes.

By segregating ‘clean’ loads from those with contaminates, we offer construction companies, municipalities and developers the chance to avoid unnecessary disposal costs. These loads are separated from the solid waste stream that would otherwise be sent to a landfill.

Typical CCDD loads that are accepted at the site include:





Asphalt grindings

Clean concrete

Broken asphalt

Clean brick

By choosing to recycle aggregate materials at our Illinois plant, you are not only acting as an effective steward of the environment, but you’ll also enjoy the benefit of considerable cost savings when comparing our CCDD disposal rates to those of a municipal or hazardous waste landfill facility.

Inspection Process

In order to assure that all of the accepted CCDD loads are clean and free of contaminants, each and every load that enters the site is properly inspected and tested prior to acceptance. ANY load containing contaminants (in any amount) such as wood, grass, branches or contaminated soil will be rejected. If any of these are found buried within a load, the responsible party will be charged a $250 reload fee + the original dump fee.

Please click on the links below to download the necessary paperwork prior to your arrival with a load for disposal.


Source Site Certification by Owner or Operator


Uncontaminated Soil Certification by Licensed Professional Engineer or Licensed Professional Geologist


Painted CCDD Form