With over 60 years of experience in the dumpster rental industry, Cardella Waste Services managed to accomplish a steady and responsible growth in the NJ, NY metropolitan areas. This puts us at the forefront in handling today’s new and intricate waste management protocols, while providing real solutions for complex environmental concerns, something we thrive in given our background of expertise. For Cardella Waste Services, sustainability is not just another buzzword; it’s the mantra by which we live by.
Here are just a few of the most important projects that our company providing NJ dumpster rentals have proudly completed:
Weighing in at 48 stories and 1.6 million sq. ft., this building was the first project of its size to undertake new, strict standards for energy efficiency, indoor ecology, sustainable materials, tracking and recycling its waste, and using responsible construction, operations, and maintenance procedures. It is widely considered to be one of thefinest examples of commercial green design in the United States today.
Completed in 2008, One Bryant Park is the first skyscraper designed to attain a Platinum LEED certification. It has been designed as one of the most highly efficient and ecologically friendly buildings in the world. It’s a 54-story building with 2.1 million sq. ft. of space, and is currently being utilized as the headquarters for Bank of America.
Located at 300 West 57th Street, NYC, this 46-story 856,000 sq. ft. office tower was the first building to receive the LEED Gold Standard in NYC. For its construction 80% of the steel used was obtained through recycling and the entire building has been designed to use 25% less energy than the highest energy efficiency requirements for the city of New York. Currently, it is being used as the world headquarters for the Hearst Corporation.
Some of our other projects in New York City include:
All the waste from these green-centric construction projects was tracked, organized, and properly repurposed using our services including our on-site recycling plant.
We were also involved in the waste removal for the Condé Nast building which in addition to 4 Times Square, provides one of the most important and impressive examples of green design in the United States to date.