Recycled Content Construction Products Catalog

Welcome to CalRecycle’s recycled content construction products catalog! This site is intended to help specification writers, architects and planners design with durable, energy efficient and lasting products for environmentally sustainable construction projects.

If you’re in need of products to meet CALGreen, the US Green Building Council’s LEED requirements, or just want to help “close the loop”, this site can be a resource to your project. It is organized in alphabetical order by category of building materials with quick contact information so you may easily contact the company that carries products of interest.

This list of products/materials also includes the CALGreen recycled content minimum, where applicable, in parentheses.

For more information about CALGreen’s construction waste management requirements, visit CalRecycle’s C&D Guide FAQ page.

Aggregate Base (80 percent postconsumer content)

Asphalt and Concrete

  • CalPortland makes recycled content concrete. Facilities throughout California. Contact: or (626) 852-6200
  • City Mix makes lightweight, durable and user-friendly material suitable for blending in a wide variety of concrete, stucco and masonry products. Facility in Dixon, California. Contact: or (206) 445-5890 or (206) 619-3971
  • Diablo Valley Rock/Carone and Company recycled content product includes concrete, asphalt & brick. Facility in Martinez, California. Contact: or (925) 228-1118
  • Granite has recycled material plants located throughout California. Contact: or (831) 724-1011
  • K & D Enterprises, Inc/Unke, Inc. recycles broken concrete, asphalt, brick, rock, ceramic & clay tile, etc. into Class 2 road base and also sells product. Facilities in Ceres and Oakdale, California. Contact: or (209) 538-8492
  • RoadSoup is an asphalt repair product comprised of 97.5% of Recycled Asphalt Product (RAP). RAP is made from road grindings and millings from local streets. Facility in Escondido, California. Contact: or (858) 360-0555.
  • San Diego Asphalt Recycling Center, Inc. takes asphalt and concrete products and makes them into a CalTrans approved, workable and compactible road base material. Facility in Lakeside, California. Contact: (619) 390-7323 or

Carpet Products

Ceilings, Doors, and Wall Coverings

  • 3B Protection offers a range of ballistic/blast-forced and entry seismic products including hazard doors, panels, and blocks. All manufactured using over 51% recycled materials within multiple facilities located throughout California. Contact: or (949) 316-7561
  • Ceilume uses up to 100 percent thermoformed materials in its ceiling panels and tiles and its new wall panels. The company recycles all of its scrap and takes back scrap from customers, creating a closed-loop life-cycle. Facility in Graton, California. Contact or Retail Consumers: (800) 492-5605 or Professionals: (877) 492-5605.

Drywall (4 percent postconsumer content)

  • CertainTeed makes recycled content gypsum drywall. Facility in Napa, California. Contact: (800) 423-3127

Erosion Control and Retention Products

Flooring, Surfaces and Walkways

Glass, Tile and Brick

  • UltraGlas uses recycled glass in various applications. Facility in Chatsworth, California. Contact: (818) 772-7744
  • Fireclay makes recycled content tile, glass and brick. Facility in San Francisco, California. Contact: (800) 773-2226

Insulation, Fiberglass (30 percent postconsumer content) and Cellulose (75 percent postconsumer content)

  • UltraTouch Denim Insulation is a thermal/acoustic insulation product with an 80% post-consumer recycled content; applicable for both sound control and thermal insulating projects. Product includes both recycled denim fibers and recycled carpet fibers from California sources. Headquarters in Chandler, Arizona. Contact: or (480) 812-9114
  • CertainTeed makes recycled content fiber glass insulation. Facility in Chowchilla, California. Contact: (559) 665-4831

Landscape and Lumber

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Paint (≥ 50 percent postconsumer content)

  • Acrylatex Coatings and Recycling makes Life Cycle interior/exterior recycled latex paint and Tag-Out graffiti abatement paint. Facility in Azusa, California. Contact: (888) 824-6880 or (626) 812-0191
  • Amazon Environmental makes Amazon Select recycled latex paint. Facilities in Fridley, Minnesota, Pryor, Oklahoma, Sacramento, California, and Riverside, California. Contact: or (916) 922-0206 (Sacramento) or (951) 588-0206 (Riverside).
  • Dunn-Edwards sells Recover interior/exterior recycled latex paint that conforms to Green-Seal GS-43 standard and is manufactured by Amazon Environmental for Dunn-Edwards. Facility in Los Angeles, California. Contact: (888) 337-2468
  • Visions Quality Coatings offers the largest line of remanufactured latex paint products available in 17 stock colors, and custom colors, in 3 sheens. Products include: Interior/Exterior Paint, High Performance Primer, Direct to Metal, Safe-Gard Elastomeric Roof Coating, Durable Stain and Scented Accents paint. Facility located in Sacramento, California. Contact: or (916) 564-9121 (Sacramento)

PaintCare lists locations that offer recycled paint (PDF download).

Parking Stops

Pipefittings (Plastic and Metal)

  • ADS makes “MEGA GREEN” HDPE pipe offering a minimum recycled content of 40 percent. Facilities in Alviso, Bakersfield, Benicia, Madera, and Parris, California. Contact: or (419) 424-8275
  • Advanced Drainage Systems takes HDPE plastic and makes unsupported plastic tubing that can be used for water infrastructure. Facility in Madera, California. Contact: (559) 674-4989,
  • Mission Rubber Company manufactures rubber products used in sewer, drain waste and vent applications. Recycled tire is used in the production of its flexible pipe couplings. Facility in Corona, California. Contact: or (951) 479-4942.

Reuse from Deconstruction

  • Demo 2 Design Building Materials sells high quality reused and vintage materials that add character to your building, including doors, windows, sinks, lighting fixtures, lumber, railing, hardware, and vintage décor, providing customized functional structures and designs using these materials. Facility in Santa Barbara, California. Contact: or (805) 886-6865
  • Greenlynx sells deconstruction reuse items such as reclaimed building materials, decor, furnishings, and appliances. Facilities in Northern California. Contact: or (415) 890-5880
  • Recycled Movie Sets offers doors, frames, glass, mirrors, staircases, columns, jail bars, lumber, faux brick and stone sheets. Facility in Los Angeles, California. Contact: (323) 497-9557
  • Urban Ore Building Materials reuses and sells a wide array of deconstruction and dealer inventory materials including doors, windows, toilets, tubs, sinks, cabinets, lighting, and all types of hardware. Thirty-eight employees to efficiently serve customers. Facility in Berkeley, California. Contact: or (510) 841-7283 or (510) 914-0074



Tire-Derived Products and Buyer Case Studies

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