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Wastecap holds C&D training class.

WasteCap Wisconsin held its second public training session on construction and demolition debris management and recycling Sept. 22.

Twenty-two attendees earned accreditation as Professionals in Construction and Demolition Waste Management and Recycling, according to WasteCap Wisconsin.

The nonprofit organization's first C&D recycling training program was in May, and 35 people received accreditation.

WasteCap's training teaches attendees various skills, including how to save money on disposal costs by recycling on C&D projects, how to estimate project costs and how to create a construction or demolition debris management plan.
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Title Annotation:C & D NEWS
Publication:Recycling Today
Date:Nov 1, 2006
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