Products We Accept

CPRC Group accepts a wide range of waste and debris, including special wastes, at our Scarborough and Portland, Maine facilities.

Marcia Montague for more information: 207-883-3325.

Asphalt Pavement, Concrete & Bricks

Asphalt Pavement, Concrete & Bricks

We convert into usable products the following waste materials:

  • Asphalt pavement
  • Concrete (painted or coated)
  • Brick
  • Stone tailings
  • Rock
  • Ledge
  • Miscellaneous aggregate-based material
Asphalt Roof Shingles

Asphalt Roof Shingles

We accept all asphalt roof tear off tab type shingles that meets the following standards:

  • Residential asphalt shingles of any size, shape and color. Tar paper and nails accepted.

Catch Basin Grit (Chapter 418 Exempt)

Our Maine DEP Processing Facility License (#S-021243-WK-A-N) allows us to convert this special waste material into road building materials.


Clean Wood, Brush & Yard Waste

We convert into usable products these waste materials:

  • Stumps
  • Branches
  • Wooden pallets
  • Clean wood
  • Leaves
  • Brush
  • Grass clippings


Glass & Porcelain

Glass & Porcelain

Whether commingled or separated, we accept these glass and porcelain materials:

  • Drinking glasses
  • Ceramic or glass tableware ­ plates, cups, mugs & bowls
  • Ceramic or glass cookware
  • Mirror glass
  • Plate glass
  • Miscellaneous household glass ­ vases, mixing bowls, measuring cups, canning jars, etc.
  • Ceramic tiles
  • Ceramic sinks, tubs and bathroom fixtures

We do not accept:

  • Containers that once held hazardous products
  • Automotive headlamps
  • Incandescent light bulbs (residential only)
  • Automotive windshields and other tempered glass

Inert Materials (unscreened loam)

We accept inert materials such as unscreened loam that contains stone, rock, ledge, clean concrete, brick and asphalt pavement debris. These materials can not be contaminated with petroleum or hazardous waste.


Petroleum Containing Soil

Our Maine DEP Processing Facility License (#S-021243-WK-A-N) allows us to process soil from spill sites where heating oil, motor oil and waste oil have penetrated the soil that are accompanied by a Maine DEP Spill Letter.