Construction and demolition debris

Construction and demolition debris

Nonhazardous materials such as asphalt, concrete, brick, lumber, wallboard, roofing materials, ceramics, and plastics resulting from construction, deconstruction, remodeling, repair, cleanup, or demolition operations.
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The license imposes new conditions and allows the company to continue and expand its construction and demolition debris processing facility at One Dexter Road in the Rumford section of East Providence.
These concepts are designed to facilitate disassembly and material reuse to minimize the environmental and energy impacts of buildings, and to assist the building industry in reducing more than 88 million tons of building-related construction and demolition debris sent to U.
A mandatory construction and demolition debris management policy has taken effect in Canmore, Alberta, Canada, according to a report in the Rocky Mountain Outlook (Canmore).
John Lynch has signed into law a measure permanently banning the burning of toxic construction and demolition debris.
The National Federation of Demolition Contractors, which promotes the demolition industry in the United Kingdom, has released details of the amount of construction and demolition debris produced, processed and recycled last year.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) report titled Characterization of Building-Related Construction and Demolition Debris in the United States estimated that about 136 million tons of building-related C&D debris was generated in 1996.
Construction and demolition debris held the only big surprise, representing 12 percent of Fresh Kills' volume.
Hazardous waste, biological wastes, used oil, yard trash and construction and demolition debris from residential building, roofing and remodeling are expressly excluded from the franchise.
for a new construction and demolition debris processing facility and transfer station.
The Construction Materials Recycling Association (CMRA) has sent a resolution to city officials in Los Angeles urging them to adopt an ordinance that would require all city departments to recycle at least 50 percent of construction and demolition debris.
Some New Hampshire activists and politicians have testified in support of a permanent statewide ban on burning wood from construction and demolition debris, according to a report in the Concord Monitor (Concord, N.
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