I have a basement slab that I'm going to be breaking up and sending to a recycler. Here's what I would like to avoid:
- The concrete being rejected at the site of recycling
- The concrete causing some problems with the recycler's facilities
Both are admittedly unlikely, but I'm a worrier. In my basement I have carpet pads that I will be removing to access the slab, and those pads were attached to the concrete with what I assume was construction adhesive several decades ago. I'm wondering how clean I need to get the concrete to be able to get it accepted for recycling.
I asked the recycling facility this question, but didn't get an answer. Anyone know?