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Demolition and Construction

Journal: International Research Journal of Advanced Engineering and Science (IRJAES) (Vol.2, No. 2)

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Page : 8-10

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Abstract

One important solution to these problems is cooperation of the stakeholders in the C&D waste recycling system. High quality recycling of waste is defined as waste recycling within the same product line. The study gives an overview over the composition and disposal routes of construction and demolition waste. The results are accentuated by means of two case studies. In order to complete the picture, the subject of material handling and practices at recycling plants and stations is also touched. Through this process we want to take a step ahead, the idea of stopping illegal sand mining, earth excavation and ultimately save our mother Earth from destruction. Our primary aim is to study in depth about the different properties of construction and demolition waste, perform various tests, so that the recycling processes can be designed accordingly for optimum efficiency. On the basis of these test results and projections we will get a rough estimation about the total quantity of recycled aggregate and recycled sand that can be obtained.

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