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Architectural Salvage & Reuse Warehouse

Open to the public, the warehouse boasts a selection of old growth lumber, antique hardware, vintage fixtures and architectural components.

Consulting Services

For over 20 years, WasteCap has provided waste reduction and recycling assistance for the benefit of business and the environment. Explore WasteCap's expertise and take the first step towards achieving your landfill diversion goals.

Salvage Services

Whether you’re planning a small remodel, a full interior makeover, or a demolition, WasteCap can salvage efficiently and effectively to reduce the amount of waste your project produces.

Volunteer at WasteCap

Do you have extra time to give back? WasteCap volunteers can get their hands dirty while helping preserve historic materials and giving back to the local Milwaukee community.

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Upcoming Events

Reclaiming Vacant Properties

WasteCap is a sponsor, exhibitor, presenter, and mobile workshop tour stop for Reclaiming Vacant Properties

On Wednesday, May 15th, Travis Blomberg will provide a presentation on deconstruction as a tool for decreasing waste and eliminating blight. Kevin Fogle will lead two mobile workshops showcasing reuse within Milwaukee.

Latest Blog Post

414 Day - What a Success!

Even with the terrible weather, we were able to preserve hundreds of items from going…

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Weekly Finds // April 18th

25% off all of our tile this week! Stop by our warehouse for the perfect…

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Milwaukee Day Sale // April 11th

Milwaukee Day is almost here! Come celebrate Wastecap's annual 41.4% off sale here at our…

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WasteCap's construction & demolition projects are currently
achieving an average 88% recycling rate!
That means we've recycled...

an equivalent of

519 miles of dumpsters,
placed end-to-end

which would almost span the
width of Wisconsin, twice.

an equivalent of

402,419
trees

have been saved by recycling wood and cardboard.

equaling, in total,

1,246,220,380
pounds of waste