A list of local Recycling Certification Institute (RCI) certified facilities is available online at greenhalosystems.com or recyclingcertification.org. The San Mateo County “Construction, Deconstruction, and Demolition Information” is also available in the City Hall lobby. Note: Only weight tags from Recycling Certification Institute (RCI) certified facilities are accepted by the City.
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The waiting period is to encourage property owners and contractors to salvage materials from the job site. Salvaging is the controlled removal of reusable materials from C&D debris, for the purpose of donation or reuse.
No, the applicant must verify each facility’s reported recycling rates available at greenhalosystems.com or recyclingcertification.org.
Only the images of the original tags need to be uploaded to the City of Menlo Park via Green Halo Systems (menlopark.wastetracking.com) to fulfill the Ordinance requirements. The original tags may be retained by the sub-contractor for tax purposes.
Weight tags accepted by the City of Menlo Park require the following:
It is the responsibility of the requestor to obtain the proper documentation from the salvage or recycling facility. Check your weight tags before leaving the facility. If any information is incorrect ask the facility weight master to issue a revised weight tag with the correct information.
Deposits will be forfeited if the applicant does not submit the required forms and proper documentation within the timelines specified.