Construction waste management

Construction waste management

General term for strategies employed during construction and demolition to reduce the amount of waste and maximize reuse and recycling. Construction waste management is a sustainable building strategy in that it reduces the disposal of valuable resources, provides materials for reuse and recycling, and can promote community industries.
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Work on the first phase of a construction waste management and recycling will be in operation next month.
It mainly stemmed from the fact that there is limited academic work available in public records in the field of construction waste management in the Sultanate.
Construction waste management involves monitoring, collecting, transporting, recycling, and disposing of the waste generated from construction work.
Addressing the Construction Waste Management Forum, John Irvine, managing director Averda, also revealed that a new government policy to regulate the waste management industry in Qatar is expected to roll out soon in the coming months.
The Bureau of Overseas Buildings Operations has found that effective construction waste management requires a paradigm shift by the contractor, who must stop thinking of waste as a burden and consider it an asset.
JUST as in every other walk of life, if you do not undertake the requisite planning and preparation, all your good intentions for improving your construction waste management will come to naught.
In addition to earning LEED credits for the installation of products and equipment outlined in the SDR Section, the contractor is responsible for LEED credits relating to construction waste management and the recycling of materials under Section 01 74 19 "Construction Waste Management" of the guideline specifications.
Among the points received are those for construction waste management, which is basically reusing and recycling the materials generated during demolition and construction.
"Plus, it will allow us to make conclusions and suggestions for how the state can move forward and achieve better results in construction waste management," she adds.
General Services Administration (GSA) recently updated its online Construction Waste Management Database to assist the building industry in reducing construction and demolition waste.

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