Industry Pioneers with Over 75 Years Experience in
The Loewendick family, pioneers in the waste
disposal industry and providing recycling solutions
in the Central Ohio area for over
75 years, has been operating the Frank Road
facility since 2002.
The facility has been professionally engineered and
constructed to include the latest in environmental
safeguards and to ensure compliance with all of the
latest Ohio EPA regulations. The C&D landfill is
licensed and regulated by the Ohio EPA and the
Franklin County Board of Health and has a projected
site life of 56 years.
In the ongoing efforts to innovate and stay on the
forefront of Central Ohio's C&D Frank Road
Recycling Solutions has
committed to provide more extensive onsite materials
separation recycling for constituents of the waste
stream where viable and reliable end-markets can be
Increased C&D Recycling by Being Proactive
In order to develop a cost-effective and efficient
C&D Recycling system, sufficient quantities of C&D
materials and market outlets for the
sorted/separated materials must coexist. In addition
to providing a state-of-the-art facility and working
with local contractors and building owners to
maximize the intake of recyclable C&D waste, Frank
Road C&D is continuously working on markets
development efforts in order to maintain and
increase profitable markets and make C&D Recycling,
in Central Ohio, a win-win proposition for all involved.
the cutting-Edge with "Green Projects"
A national movement has emerged, over the past five
years, organized by the U.S. Green Building Council
(USGBC). This project-specific effort encompasses
new constructions and renovation projects and takes
form as a national program called Leadership in
Energy and Environmental Design (LEED).
LEED is an effort to provide a national standard for
what constitutes a "Green Building" and covers
issues ranging from sustainability of sites, water
efficiency, energy and atmosphere, materials and
resources, indoor environmental quality, and
innovation and design process.
More and more architects, contractors and building
owners are desirous of conducting "Green Projects"
within the LEED guidelines and receive credit points
within the "Materials and Resources" section of LEED
for their efforts advancing materials reuse and
to learn more about LEED,