Construction and Demolition Waste is not a waste but a resource. The basis of these C&DWM rules is to recover, recycle and reuse the waste generated through C&D. According to the rules, all generators of C&D waste must segregate it into four categories– concrete, soil, steel and wood, plastics, bricks and mortar – and then either deposit it at collection centers setup by the local authority or hand it over to processing facilities.  Construction and Demolition Waste is not a waste but a resource. The basis of these C&DWM rules is to recover, recycle and reuse the waste generated through C&D. According to the rules, all generators of C&D waste must segregate it into four categories– concrete, soil, steel and wood, plastics, bricks and mortar – and then either deposit it at collection centers setup by the local authority or hand it over to processing facilities.