The company processes more than 600 tons of construction and demolition waste a day in a 26,000-square-foot facility. Materials include wood, metals, aggregate, WDF (wood-derived fuel), rigid plastics and cardboard. We are a LEED-compliant facility capable of meeting all of our customer's requirement for LEED certification. BRR is centrally located for service throughout all of Northern Virginia and provides safe and efficient tipping of containers during inclement weather into our clean, level concrete floor. By recycling your construction waste, we help preserve our region's clean air and water and minimize the environmental impact.
Broad Run Recycling is the only recycling facility in the DC metro region to hold RCI certification. The Recycling Certification Institute’s (RCI) goal is the re-use of Construction and Demolition (C&D) waste materials so that we reserve more raw materials for the use of future generations. The recycling of C&D waste is a growing industry, driven by efforts like those of the US Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) program. LEED provides building owners and operators with a framework for identifying and implementing practical and measurable green building design, construction, operations and maintenance solutions. Among other requirements, LEED projects are required to meet minimum recycling rates of the C&D materials.
The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) is transforming the way we design, build, maintain and operate our buildings, homes and communities. USGBC is committed to a prosperous and sustainable future through cost-efficient and energy-saving green buildings, and works toward its mission of market transformation through its LEED green building. LEED is the most widely recognized and widely used green building program across the globe. LEED is certifying 1.5 million square feet of building space each day in 135 countries. LEED is a certification program for buildings, homes and communities that guides the design, construction, operations and maintenance. Today, more than 54,000 projects are currently participating in LEED, comprising more than 10.1 billion square feet of construction space.
H. Andrew (Drew) Aman, joined Broad Run Recycling, LLC and Industrial Disposal Services, Inc. as a Principal in 2009. His primary focus is Business Development.
Eric Nelson, joined Broad Run Recycling, LLC and Industrial Disposal Services, Inc. as a Principal in 2009. Mr. Nelson’s responsibilities include market strategies, secondary market opportunities and financial planning.
Kevin Herb, founded Industrial Disposal Services, Inc. in 2003, and followed that by founding Broad Run Recycling, LLC in 2008. He is involved in marketing, executive, and financial strategies.