William Thibeault, President and owner, has over three decades of experience in the demolition and waste recycling industry and after many years of engineering, permitting and advancing through the State and City compliance process he has finally achieved his end goal of building a State of the Art Recycling Facility here in Everett, Ma.
Our new 300' x 150' facility has been designed and engineered to house the latest in recycling equipment. Wood Waste of Boston has spared no expense in purchasing recycling equipment for our processing line and facility. The equipment line has been intricately planned out to capture the highest amount of recyclables: Thus achieving LEED status for our customers and diverting a large amount of material that would otherwise be disposed of at landfills.
Our new facility will be constructed at our current location, 85-87 Boston Street, and we should break ground in fall of 2013 and completed in 2014. We will continue to operate under our existing building until our new facility is complete. So everything will remain status quo for our customers without any interruptions
The Us Green Building Council's Leadership in efficiency and environmental design (LEED) program has become an important standard in building construction. A main objective of LEED is to minimize waste generated in the construction process and it requires documentation about the materials generated at the job site and how they are recycled.LEED Certification and Percentages available upton request