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Waste Materials in Construction, Volume 48 1st Edition

2021-3-19  Waste Materials in Construction contains papers from the first international conference on the environmental implications of construction with waste materials held in Ma

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The Use of Waste Materials in the Construction

2016-1-1  Waste materials are a major environmental problem, which is a threat to the environment. It is important to reuse these materials and dispose of them. Waste can be used in the construction industry in two ways: by reusing (reuse components) and recycling (processing waste into raw materials used in the production of building materials).

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Construction Waste an overview ScienceDirect Topics

Guthrie and Mallett [21] split construction and demolition waste into three categories as follows: materials which are (1) potentially valuable in construction and easily reused/recycled, including concrete, stone masonry, bricks, tiles/pipes, asphalt and soil; (2) not capable of being directly recycled but may be recycled elsewhere, including timber, glass, paper, plastic, oils and metal and (3) not easily recycled

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Construction Waste Management Construction &

Most of the waste materials in construction industries are non-biodegradable and inert materials. Construction waste materials are heavy, dense, bulky in characteristics and it needs more storage space and cannot follow standard waste disposal methods.

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GovHK: Construction Waste

There are two types of construction waste: Inert construction waste also known as public fill mainly includes construction debris, rubble, earth, bitumen and concrete. Non-inert construction waste usually comprises bamboo, timber, vegetation, packaging waste and other organic materials. More on construction waste

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What is Construction Waste?

2021-1-11  "Construction waste" means any substance, matter or thing which is generated as a result of construction work and abandoned whether or not it has been processed or stockpiled before being abandoned. It is a mixture of surplus materials arising from site clearance, excavation, construction, refurbishment, renovation, demolition and road works.

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Construction Wastes: Types, Causes, and Recycling

2020-2-20  Construction waste is defined as fairly clean, heterogenous building materials which are produced from the various construction activities, as per Tchobanoglous et

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Report: Global construction waste will almost double

2018-3-13  Construction waste as classified in the report includes materials from excavation, roadwork and demolition, as well as complex waste like plastics, metal, ceramic and cardboard.

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