Construction, demolition, and land clearing waste is solid waste, largely inert, resulting from the construction, renovation, and demolitions of razing buildings, roads, and other man-made structures. The primary difference between demolition and inert waste is that demolition waste is considered susceptible to decomposition, where inert waste is considered resistant to decomposition. Many construction and demolition materials can be recycled or reused. For a detailed list of acceptable construction, demolition, and land clearing waste at the Transfer Stations, please view our Construction, demolition, and land clearing waste guide. Visit the Spokane Waste and Recycling Directory for more information.