Construction and demolition recycling and residential recycling play vital roles in fostering a sustainable and eco-conscious society. Construction and demolition recycling involves the careful processing of discarded building materials, such as concrete, wood, and metal, diverting them from landfills and channeling them into productive reuse. By embracing this practice, we not only reduce the environmental burden but also conserve valuable resources and minimize construction-related waste. On the other hand, residential recycling enables individuals and households to actively participate in environmental preservation. Through the separation and collection of recyclable materials like paper, plastic, glass, and metals, residential recycling contributes to the circular economy and significantly reduces the strain on natural resources. Both practices, united in their commitment to waste diversion and resource conservation, collectively contribute to a more sustainable and responsible future. Summit Transfer is regulated by the USDA, EPA, and the Missouri Department of Natural Resources.