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Have the structure inspected for asbestos first.
In accordance with 310 CMR 7.15, you must have a thorough pre-demolition inspection of the structure in order to identify any asbestos-containing material or possible asbestos-containing material.
Notify the MassDEP of your impending demolition.
In accordance with 310 CMR 7.09, Massachusetts requires notification 10 business days prior to starting demolition. Submit a Notification Prior to Construction or Demolition form (BWP AQ 06) via MassDEP’s website. If you’d prefer to file a paper notification, you can fill it out and mail it to:
P.O. Box 4062
Boston, MA 022211
Each notification must also be accompanied by a $100 fee in order to be considered valid.
Dumpsters are a great way to contain demolition debris.
Many contractors may include the price of hauling in their quote for demolition, so be sure to ask when calling around to different companies. However, if they don't, you'll likely have to haul the debris to a landfill yourself or rent a dumpster to have another company haul it away for you.
Hometown Dumpster Rental is the easiest way to find a reliable local dumpster provider near you. You can read up on various companies, see what past customers have to say about their services, and contact them directly—all in one convenient place.
Consider deconstruction to save money (and the environment).
Rather than demolishing your home in one fell swoop the ol' fashioned mechanical way, consider deconstructing your house first.
Deconstruction is a fast-growing trend in which structures are carefully dismantled in order to salvage any reusable materials.
This significantly reduces the materials going into our landfills, and actually saves you money in the long run. Oftentimes, charitable organizations, such as Habitat for Humanity, are willing to deconstruct your house for free in exchange for the materials they salvage.