By Fernando Pacheco-Torgal
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Yuan H P and Shen L Y (2011), ‘Trends of the research on construction and demolition waste management’, Waste Management, 31, 670–679. © Woodhead Publishing Limited, 2013 3 Methods for estimating construction and demolition (C&D) waste C. 25 Abstract: This chapter contains information about the main issues in the estimation of construction waste (CW), for the purpose of promoting waste recovery within the framework of sustainable construction. Several studies and quantisation tables estimating construction and demolition (C&D) waste, both regionally and on a smaller scale and in different types of buildings, are given.
Packaging waste comes under category number 15 EWL; residues and soils are identified in chapter number 17 EWL. If the waste fulfils at least one criterion for danger, it is marked with a star, *, and considered as hazardous waste. , 1995). 5 Quantification of C&D waste studies Thirty-five percent of the world’s solid waste is debris from C&D projects (Construction Materials Recycling Association, 2005; Hendriks and Pietersen, 2000), the majority of which ends up in landfills, uncontrolled sites or in other inappropriate sites.
Woodhead Publishing Limited, 2013 2 Improving waste management plans in construction projects V. W. Y. 9 Abstract: Growing awareness of managing construction and demolition (C&D) waste has led to its development in construction project management. In 2003, the Hong Kong Government implemented a waste management plan (WMP) for all construction projects. The trial period showed that WMP affects companies’ productivity. Its implementation was investigated through a survey and structured interviews.
Handbook of recycled concrete and demolition waste by Fernando Pacheco-Torgal