CINCINNATI, OHIO: Bella Contracting Services, a construction and demolition company doing business in Cincinnati and throughout Ohio, has committed to using green construction and demolition techniques in an effort to reduce construction and demolition waste and reduce the footprint of the industry.
In 2018, 600 million tons of waste were created through construction and demolition (C&D), more than twice the amount of municipal solid waste that was created in the same time period. Construction and demolition projects can also generate airborne and waterborne pollution, putting people and wildlife at risk.
Bella Contracting is committing to reducing pollution and C&D waste through the use of greener construction and demolition practices. These practices include deconstruction over demolition where feasible, diverting waste from landfills for recycling and reuse, and using barriers to prevent airborne pollution and runoff.
Ben Raabe, the founder of Bella Contracting Services, says that green construction and demolition benefit contractors, property owners, and the world. “By using green construction and demolition techniques, we can dramatically reduce the amount of waste and pollution generated by our industry, solidifying our role in creating a greener future,” said Mr. Raabe. “Our clients can benefit from access to incentives offered at the federal, state, and municipal levels for green contracting. Together, we can reduce pollution and create a more sustainable world.”
Bella Contracting is a construction and demolition company offering green demolition services throughout Ohio. Founded over two decades ago, it offers structural demolition, interior demolition, and exterior demolition in Cincinnati. Bella serves both residential and commercial clients, offering full-service demolition that includes clean-up. It offers services in nearby areas, including Mason, Norwood, and Loveland.
For more information, visit www.bellacontractingservices.com