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Construction & Demolition Ordinance
San Francisco Ordinance No.27-06 which took effect on July 1, 2006 enacted a new Chapter of the Environment Code and made amendments to the Building Code, the Health Code and the Police Code in order to establish a comprehensive program to effectuate the City’s goals. The entire text of the ordinance can be found here.
Construction & Demolition Ordinance Summary and Requirements
A brief summary of San Francisco’s C&D ordinance and requirements can be found here.
Construction & Demolition Regulations and Forms
These Regulations were adopted to provide guidance and necessary forms on the programs established by San Francisco’s C&D ordinance.
List of Registered Facilities
All mixed C&D debris material coming from construction and/or demolition jobs in San Francisco must be taken to one of these Registered Facilities.
Registered Facility Application and Renewal form
This application is filled out and submitted by companies wanting to apply to be a Registered Facility.
List of Registered Transporters
All mixed C&D debris material from construction and/or demolition jobs in San Francisco must be hauled to a Registered Facility by a Registered Transporter. This is the current list of transporters who are registered.
Registered Transporter Application and Renewal form
This is the application to use if you want to apply to be a Registered Transporter.
Demolition Debris Recovery Plan (DDRP)
Before you begin any full demolition work you must submit a completed DDRP to the Department of the Environment for approval before the Department of Building Inspection will issue a demolition permit.
A resource where you’ll find out where to reuse or recycle materials from construction and/or demolition jobs
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