Construction waste management plan

Construction waste management plan

A plan that diverts construction debris from landfills through the processes of recycling, salvaging, and reusing.
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* Construction waste management plan: Having a plan puts the team in a great position to emphasize recycling, reuse and the reduction of construction waste throughout the construction proems.
The contractor must prepare and submit a Construction Waste Management Plan, which includes procedures for recycling and reuse programs designed to divert construction and demolition waste from landfill disposal sites.
Establish goals for diversion from disposal in landfills and incinerators and adopt a construction waste management plan to achieve these goals.
--Implement an intensive and monitored recycling program and construction waste management plan.
Because LEED awards points for a construction waste management plan that requires recycling and re-use of construction and demolition materials, it is a great program.
A Construction Waste Management Plan diverted more than 75% of construction debris away from landfills.
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