Services

The following container services are available through IDS in Northern Virginia, Washington, D.C. and Maryland:

  • Construction waste hauling and recycling services (20-square-yard and 30-square-yard containers)
  • Compactor hauling
  • Compactor rentals
We offer next-day service for roll-off containers, dumpsters, trash bins and other waste containers. With IDS you can be sure that your C&D waste is removed from your site quickly and efficiently. Most waste or debris is hauled after collection to recycling centers such as Broad Run as well as waste energy plants. Please call us today to learn more. If you have any questions or would like to retain our services, please contact us today and schedule your appointment for debris hauling or to rent dumpsters in Northern Virginia. We look forward to fulfilling your hauling, recycling, or disposal needs.

We’re proud that our recycling partner Broad Run Recycling is the only facility in the DC Metro Region to have been awarded third-party certification from United States Green Building Council (USGBC). Read the details below from USGBC’s press release:

United States Green Building Council Approves New LEED Pilot Credit Point – Better Performance Anticipated

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Contact: Stephen M Bantillo (916) 242-8287

The USGBC has approved an innovation and design point through the LEED Pilot Credit Library available to projects when the construction & demolition (C&D) waste is recycled at C&D recycling facilities with recycling rates that have received independent third-party certification.

The new Pilot Credit Point has been developed as part of the USGBC’s focus on performance in its LEED rating systems. The intent is to achieve higher quality of construction and demolition waste diversion by encouraging a verification standard for recycling facilities willing to accurately quantify waste data. This will reduce uncertainty associated with self-reported numbers.

The credit is available for pilot testing by a variety of LEED 2009 project types including: New Construction, Core and Shell, Schools, Retail, Commercial Interiors, Homes, and Existing Buildings. Visit the USGBC website at (http://www.usgbc.org/node/4717686?return=/credits/new- construction/v2009/pilot-credits) for details on the Pilot Credit and requirements for independent third party certification. Presently, the Recycling Certification Institute’s (RCI) Certification Of Real Rates (CORR) Protocol is the only program that meets the requirements of this Pilot Credit.

About the CORR Protocol and Recycling Certification Institute

The CORR Protocol is an ISO-level third-party certification standard. It was developed in conjunction with the USGBC and a diverse group of building, construction, recycling industry, and government stakeholders. Established in 2013, RCI’s purpose is to implement the CORR Protocol. RCI administers the national certification program to ensure integrity, transparency, accuracy, and reliability in the recovery/recycling reports of participating C&D recycling facilities. To learn more about the Pilot Credit Point and third party certification, please contact Stephen M Bantillo, Executive Director Recycling Certification Institute, PO Box 160166, Sacramento, CA 95817 Office: (916) 242-8287 info@recyclingcertification.org, www.recyclingcertification.org