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Analysis of Construction and Demolition Waste and its Applications Based on Recent Studies

Journal: International Journal of Advances in Agricultural Science and Technology (IJAAST) (Vol.9, No. 7)

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Page : 1-9

Keywords : Civil Engineering; Construction and Demolition Waste; Management; Sustainability; Waste Application and Utilization; Agricultural Development;

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Construction and Demolition Waste C & D waste is becoming a havoc each coming day. According to government agencies like Building Material Promotion Council (BMPTC) and Centre for Fly Ash Research and Management (C-FARM) estimated 165 million tonnes from construction. Out of municipal solid waste approximately 15% to 20% of solid waste comes from construction and demolition projects. Centre of Science and Environment (CSE) says in their latest release analysis of the C&D waste management sector, titled Another Brick off the Wall, India manages to recover and recycle only about 1% of its construction and demolition (C&D) waste), as the official recycling capacity is a mere 6,500 tons per day (TPD)- just about 1%. In this paper, we will analyze the C & D waste management to maintain the sustainable approach.

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