There are three choices when it comes to removing construction waste: you can donate it, you can recycle it, or you can dump it.
If the construction trash contains materials that are still usable, you can donate it to a local nonprofit company, resale shop, or salvaged wood dealer. In some cases, you might be able to arrange for curbside pickup, but you will likely have to transport the donated waste to the recipient.
Your second option is to have the waste recycled, and you can contact a local recycling company to have the construction trash collected for a fee
Your third option is to dispose of the waste. You can hire a waste removal company for curbside pickup, but be aware that a fee will be charged for this service. You may also transport the waste to a landfill yourself. Some landfills are free, but others charge a fee to those seeking to dump materials.