L&J Processing Facility Corp.

Construction & Demolition

A Baltimore C&D Waste Recycling Processing Facility. We are
a specialized MDE Permitted Recycling Plant designed to manage and process waste materials.



This plant recovers material that can be reused or recycled.
Materials Included

Construction & Demolition Debris

Construction and demolition (C&D) debris is a type of waste that is not included in municipal solid waste (MSW). Materials included in the C&D debris generation estimates are steel, wood products, drywall and plaster, brick and clay tile, asphalt shingles, concrete, and asphalt concrete. These materials are used in buildings, road and bridges, and other sectors.

C&D Processing Plant

With increasing initiatives to reduce waste and sustainably manage resources, more C&D waste material is recovered for next use at our processing plant…

C&D Processing Activities

The screen is considered the heart of every recycling system, as screen performance determines the recovery rate of materials in C&D recycling….

C&D waste recycling

The benefits of C&D waste recycling include the monetary value of materials and the environmental advantages of keeping more waste out of…

C&D Processing Facility

This plant recovers Construction & Demolition materials that can be reused or recycled, reducing the amount of waste. 75% or more of what is collected is diverted from landfill.

Our Employees are Baltimore City Residents from the ROCA


Program LEED Reporting by LEED Accredited Professionals


Use LJW Zero Waste Free App


MBE Certified to help you meet your goals


We help write your Construction Waste Management Plan


NAICS CODES: 238910; 423930; 484110; 532490; 562111; 562219; 56292




Years of experience

Reduce C&D Waste

Improve quality of life

Reducing the disposal of C&D materials is important in protecting the environment, conserving landfill space, and reducing economic strain on waste processing facilities.

Reduce Your Job & Disposal Costs


Save on Waste Removal Costs


MDE Permitted Processing Facility


Reporting of Recycling


Baltimore Drop-off Locations


Multiple Service Options


MBE Participation


Waste Management Plan Assistance

Our facility accepts and recycles drywall materials. We are committed to reducing waste and promoting sustainability by recovering usable materials from construction and demolition sites.

Once we receive the drywall, we sort and separate it into gypsum and paper components.

The gypsum is then ground and reprocessed into new drywall products, while the paper is either recycled or used in other paper-based products.

By recycling drywall, we can help divert millions of tons of waste from landfills each year.

Materials Permitted

C&D debris used in the construction of roads, bridges and buildings, such as concrete, asphalt, wood, drywall, asphalt shingles, metals, plastics, vinyl, carpet, ceiling tiles, and cardboard.

Not Permitted

  • No Household Trash
  • No Hazardous Waste
  • No Liquid Waste

LJPFC Resources


Our affiliations allow us to access a network of like-minded professionals and stay up to date on industry trends and advancements. Through our affiliations, we have access to exclusive resources, discounts, and opportunities to collaborate on projects or initiatives. We take pride in our affiliations and strive to maintain strong relationships with them. Our memberships showcase our commitment to excellence and dedication to providing exceptional services to our clients.

Member of the Construction & Demolition Recycling Association (CDRA), the only trade association that promotes the recycling of construction and demolition materials.

Member of the Maryland Minority Contractors Association (MMCA), that provides direct contracting opportunities for its members thru continued networking in Maryland.

MDOT CERTIFIED – Many years of participating on project bids for departments, agencies, or divisions at MDOT (Maryland Department of Transportation) as an MBE firm.

BALTIMORE CITY MBE CERTIFIED – Many years of participating on project bids for departments, agencies, or divisions in Baltimore City as an MBE (Minority Business Enterprise), firm.

Member of the Mattress Recycling Council (MRC), formed to operate recycling programs in states that have passed mattress recycling laws.

Member of the Md. Washington Minority Companies Association, originated to advocate for minority and women construction trade contractors.

(410) 365-1772

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222 N. Calverton Road
Baltimore, MD 21223

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 33447
Baltimore, MD 21218




Fax: 410.566.2344

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