Construction Waste Recycling Plant

Project Background

Construction and demolition (C&D) materials account for almost 22 percent of the waste stream. Many of these materials can be reused or recycled, thus prolonging our supply of natural resources and potentially saving money in the process.

Common Construction and demolition materials include lumber, metals, drywall, masonry (brick, concrete, etc.), carpet, plastic, pipe, paper, cardboard, rocks, dirt, or green waste related to land development. Of these, metals are the most commonly recycled material while lumber makes up the majority of debris that still goes to a landfill.

Building waste recycling is the separation and recycling of recoverable waste materials generated for the duration of building and remodeling. Some supplies could be recycled straight into the similar item for re-use. Other individuals could be reconstituted into other usable products. However, recycling that demands reprocessing just isn't generally economically feasible unless a facility making use of recycled resources is situated near the material source. Probably the most significant step for recycling of construction waste is on-site separation. Initially, this will likely take some additional effort and education of building personnel. When separation habits are established, on-site separation could be accomplished at small or no added cost.

Construction Waste Recycling Plant

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